2023 Beaujolais Villages Nouveau ‘Coeur Pourpre’

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It’s that time of year again! Juicy and fresh the Beaujolais Villages Nouveau ‘Couer Pourpre’ from the esteemed Cave Julienas-Chaintre is an absolute delight. In fact it’s so good that this year this wonderful Cuve picked up a Gold Medal at the Trophée des Beaujolais Nouveaux competition. Grab it while you can! 



  • Andrew Harries

    Quite a surprise! First time tried a Beaujolais nouveau. Pleasantly surprised!
    A serious wine. Opened up continuously through an evening.

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