Think: same region, same grape, same winemaker different vines age. With this gift box  you can compare between the old vines (30-50yo) and new vines (10-15yo).


Chiroubles, Domaine des Glycines, Pauline et Eric Morin:  This is a light, crispy red with the flavour of sour cherries. It’s made with the Gamay grape which most Beaujolais wines are made from and it is made in stainless steel as opposed to oak barrels. Chiroubles is the highest appellation in Beaujolais and has granite soils that give this wine a fresh and clean finish. It is a prime example of quality Beaujolais. Suggested pairing and serving: It goes well with poultry and other light meats, pasta dishes and it is best when served slightly chilled (12 degrees Celsius). Alc 13% Grape Gamay.


Chiroubles, Cuvee Vieilles Vignes, Pauline et Eric Monin 2017: This wine it's juicy, concentrated, fruity, unbaked, full-bodied Beaujolais with cherry compote characteristics, served at 18 degrees. Pairs well with veal/pork stew add heavy chicken. Alc: 12.5% Grape: Gamay.

Old Vines vs New Vines

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