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Domaine Chapel Beaujolais-Villages
"A blend of several parcels from the mountainous villages of Lantignié and Régnié-Durette. The average altitude of these east and southeast facing parcels is 380 meters. The shallow soils are mainly composed of sandy, decomposed-pink-granite. The average vine age is between 40 & 50 years old. The wines tend to have higher acidity, lift and energy. Lantigníe is considered the top village for Beaujolais-Villages because of its high elevation. There is a movement backing it to become the next Cru of Beaujolais. This wine is inspired by the type of wine that would be served in a traditional Lyonnais bouchon or bistro, or poured at a dinner table with friends. The wine is low in alcohol, has bright acidity, and is red fruited." Real Wines- Importer
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