Vignerons de Bel Air Beaujolais Village


The story of the Vignerons de Bel Air began in 1929 at the dawn of the Great Depression, when a handful of winemakers in Beaujolais joined forces to resist the economic storm. Now, with 250 members growing within all ten cru appellations, the Bel Air winery holds firm to the tough and dynamic core it was founded upon: beautiful fruit expression, finesse, balance and complexity of terroir.

Intense garnet color with ruby glints. A nose of red fruits and wild strawberries. Bright, supple and persistent on the palate with generosity of fruit.