Beaujolais is a region in central-eastern France which is famous for its red wines produced from the Gamay grape variety. Most of the wines produced are made using a wine-making technique known as Carbonic Maceration which results in lighter wines than those from many other regions. Generally speaking the wines are early drinking and best drunk when young and fresh, although there is a recent growing trend towards a more concentrated, Burgundian style which can last a little longer.Beaujolais can be deliciously refreshing compared to many other red wines, with its high, succulent acidity, ripe, primary fruit flavours and soft tannins - indeed, many of the wines can be served chilled and are versatile partners to all manner of foods.

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