2017 Philippe Bouchard Beaujolais

2017 Philippe Bouchard Beaujolais

Antoine Huray

"Bright and delicious, top quality Beaujolais and fantastic value at the price."

Antoine Huray

Johan Axlund

"Red intense fruit shines in this medium bodied red. Makes you happy and the price even happier."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $19.99 per bottle
35% OFF
$13.99 per single bottle
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over $300*
Antoine Huray

"Bright and delicious, top quality Beaujolais and fantastic value at the price."

Antoine Huray

Johan Axlund

"Red intense fruit shines in this medium bodied red. Makes you happy and the price even happier."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $19.99 per bottle
35% OFF
$13.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $3.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

What makes this red great? Antoine puts it best: 'Beaujolais boasts amazing crunchy, fresh, clean, red fruit characters... it's the perfect summer red'. 

Made by a branch of the famous Bouchard family (Philippe Bouchard based in Aloxe-Corton), this is the picture-perfect Beaujolais too. A beautiful light red that any Pinot fan will love - and it even works with a light chill. 

Tech stuff

12.5
France
2017
Cork
Cellar to 2021
750ml

How's it taste?

What makes this red great? Antoine puts it best: 'Beaujolais boasts amazing crunchy, fresh, clean, red fruit characters... it's the perfect summer red'. Made by a branch of the famous Bouchard family (Philippe Bouchard based in Aloxe-Corton), this is the picture-perfect Beaujolais too. A beautiful light red that any Pinot fan will love - and it even works with a light chill. As Antoine explains, 'Gamay is one of the most underrated grape varietals in the world compared to the pleasure it offers'. And here, all that pleasure comes at a cost of just $12.99/bottle in six packs. That's extraordinary value, especially when you place this Beaujolais up against much more expensive wines from further north in Burgundy. This isn't just Antoine's festive season drink, it's all of ours...

How was it made?

The regional appellation using the term ‘village’ means that the plots of vines are within the 39 Beaujolais-Villages communes within the Beaujolais vinegrowing area. This appellation covers 6070 hectares.

Vinification in stainless steel vats at 30°C for the semi-carbonic maceration. The wine then remains in the vats for 3 to 6 months.

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