1. Yann Bertrand, Julienas …100%: 100% Gamay. Yann Bertrand has became a tradition around here, not just a trend. Juliénas is the furthest north cru of the Beaujolais and has a different terroir to the better known crus to the south. If you’re looking for something with friendly red fruit and a hint of dirt, this is the wine. It’s easy and serious at the same time.

2. Yann Bertrand, Beaujolais-Villages, Lantignie: 100% Gamay. First time at the shop, and we’re very excited about it. Comes from 15-year-old vines. “The grapes are exclusively hand harvested in small 300kg skips, with rigorous parcel sorting. Strict carbonic maceration (without juice) for 20 days. No added sulfur or yeast.” Paris Wine Co.

3. Yann Bertrand, Fleurie Cuvee du Chaos: 100% Gamay. “The Cuvée du Chaos comes from the oldest vines in Grand Pré (60-100+ years old). The wine itself is one of the most beautiful expressions of Gamay in the universe, a wine that searches for purity over strength and elegance over richness. No added sulfur or yeast.” Paris Wine Co.

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