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But if you are still here, I can pretty much guarantee that this pack will be snapped up by 100% sommeliers or wannabe sommeliers. The types of peeps who know what they want, why they want it, and know what an amazing pack of Beaujolais wines this is. These Beaujolais are like Premier Cru Burgundies without the price tag, and probably more suited to an Aussie palate because of their extra fruit and meat on their bones.

But you would’t like them...

Just so we’re clear, each box includes two bottles each of the Couvent des Thorins and the Domaine des Billards, and a bottle each of the Croix de Vérillats and the Château Du Moulin-à-Vent 2015.

For posterity, here’s a little bit about each of them:

Red
Other Red
Beaujolais

Château Du Moulin-à-Vent Croix des Vérillats 2014
Blackberry
Blackcurrant
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Jamie Goode
Vinous
Wine Review Online
World of Fine Wine
Burghound
Wine Advocate

There is a very famous windmill in Moulin-à-Vent, and it sits just above the 37 hectares of vines owned by the impressive Château du Moulin-à-Vent, which was acquired in 2009 by Jean-Jacque Parinet, but has been growing grapes since the early 1700s. Parinet reckons that gamay is a supreme expresser of terroir, and despite growing only gamay there is a great deal of difference in his wines. This is his best effort year after year, and it’s wonderful stuff. You think pinot’s silky? Try this.

You'd pay $80.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Beaujolais

Château Du Moulin-à-Vent Beaujolais 2015
Cherry
Earthy
Rose Petal
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Burghound
Decanter
Vinous
17/20 Jancis Robinson

One of the best châteaux of Beaujolais, making serious expression of gamay that are as far from the strawberries-and-bubblegum Beaujolais Nouveau style as you can get. This one, their staple, has a couple of years age now and is blossoming. Blossoms in the glass too. Rose, cherry and cacao (dark chocolate if you’re not an oh-so-trendy muesli lover like me), blueberries and a touch of spice. It’s darker and more powerful than you may imagine gamay to be, but still silky, delicate and light in your mouth.

You'd pay $60.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Beaujolais

Domaine des Billards Saint-Amour 2016
Cranberry
Redcurrant
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Concours des Grands Vins du Beaujolais 2017
Gold
Gold
View from the Cellar
Vinous

Beautiful Beaujolais needs no introduction but if you aren’t familiar with the gamay grape, Saint Amour’s name tells you all need to know – ‘Holy Love’. And at the ‘Fo we’re big fans of worshipping weekly, or at least whenever we can get our hands on the stuff. This particular example packs 93 points and three gold medals beside its rounded, generous palate and flavours of strawberry and raspberry. Crafted by a producer with over 300 years in the Beaujolais game, this wine will bring you to your knees every time.

You'd pay $53.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Beaujolais

Chateau Du Moulin-a-Vent Couvent Des Thorins 2016
Cherry
Floral
Smoky
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Allen Meadows, Burghound
Josh Raynolds, Vinous

This producer does serious Beaujolais, but this one is their “playful one”, as John from the Wine Team puts it. Their “bistro style”. This is the wine in their portfolio that sees any carbonic maceration - cab mac, if you like. That means a bit more strawberry, cherry and bubblegum, typical of cab mac. But match that to the fact that this winemaker is out there to make Beaujolais up there with the Premier Crus of the Côte d’Or, and there are still some serious, gravelly, graphitey undertones. It’s like something that knows exactly when to knuckle down and exactly when to be joyous and lifted (I’m yet to master that kind of poise). In fact, this producer makes a point of targeting those who distribute DRC (Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Google it if you’re wondering), so you know the quality’s up there. Fun, quality, depth and a mofo stamp of approval. If you want more, I quit.

You'd pay $45.00 full price