Guy Breton Beaujolais Villages 'Marylou' 2016

Led by the example of Jules Chauvet, Guy Breton has been farming his three hectares as naturally as possible for over thirty years, implementing hands-off winemaking practices and organic farming techniques in the vineyards. Named after his daughter, fruit for ‘Marylou’ comes from 45 year old vines rooted in granite soils, fermented with native yeasts in cement, and aged in Burgundian oak; light, bright, and downright chuggable. Serve chilled.
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The purplish grapey red of Beaujolais lately taken more seriously as a wine that punches above its weight. Perfectly fruity and yet in certain villages imbued with a stony mineral core.
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Burgundy, France

The most revered, fetishized wine region on earth and the spiritual home of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Reaching from Chablis down to Beaujolais, it sits on a limestone outcropping in central France.