Centered around the town of Juliénas in Northern Beaujolais, this Cru du Beaujolais spans hillsides of degraded granite between 250 and 470 m of altitude, on average facing to the South-East.

The bouquet is floral and fruity, with aromas of strawberry, cherry and violet, red- and sometimes black-currant, peony and cinnamon, even peach in some years.

Lively and structured, elegant and seductive, Juliénas has good longevity. It pairs well with red meat roasts, white meat and poultry, roasted or in sauce.

Planted Grapes Gamay (100%)
Production Area 1,445 acres
Soil Granite and sedimentary
Wine Flavor Lively, structured, elegant
Age Drinkable young, but can age 3 to 4 years in bottle.
Best Vintages 2010, 2009, 2007, 2005, 2003, 2001, 2000
Food Pairings Fed meat roasts or steaks, white meats roasted or in sauce.