Apart from the red and whites made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Leroy also has a special production of Beaujolais Village which is made 100% from the Gamay variety. The Beaujolais wine region is not small, but not complicated like Burgundy in which they are only split into three classifications: Beaujolais AOC, Beaujolais Village AOC and the Beaujolais Crus. The Beaujolais Village and Beaujolais Crus are in the northern part and the Beaujolais in the south. The south (Bas Beaujolais, meaning “Lower Beaujolais”) is flatter and the soils are richer, while the north (Haut Beaujolais meaning “Upper Beaujolais”) has rolling hills with stonier soils. Beaujolais Village is considered to have qualities between the Beaujolais Crus and the Beaujolais, offering delicious and accessible wines which have extra structure and complexity versus the Beaujolais AOC. The Beaujolais village vinified by the team of Maison Leroy is considered to be at the 'luxury level' of Beaujolais, and are only available in the best years. They are traditionally released on the 3rd Thursday of November of the vintage year, and are already enjoyable upon release.
HK$395 per bottle
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