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Beaujolais 'Chateau des Pertonnieres', Dupeuble Pere et Fils

Lots of red fruits, lean but not mean, vibrant highly drinkable natural wine that is unfiltered and without added sulphur dioxide.
Origin: Beaujolais, France
Vintage: 2017
Grape variety: Gamay
Food pairing: Very versatile food wine
Bottle size: 75cl
ABV: 12.5%

Located in the hamlet of Le Breuil in the deep south of Beaujolais terres dorées, Domaine Dupeuble has been making wines from Gamay since 1512. Damien Dupeuble runs the 42 hectare domaine today, with the whole family involved in either the viticulture, winemaking or commercialisation of their wines. While much of this part of Beaujolais is dominated by negocients and large-scale producers churning out sub-standard nouveau, Dupeuble is of the quality-driven persuasion more commonly found in the crus to the north. Viticulture on the south-facing 50-100 year old vines is lutte raisonée and every grape here is manually harvested, with only wild yeasts used and no chaptalisation or filtration. The result is wines of succulent, vibrant red fruit with wonderful clarity and purity.