Set amid the Beaujolais mountains, the Beaujolais wine growing region benefits from a continental climate with cold and dry winters that strongly influence the health of the grapes. On the other hand, summer is of great benefit to the vineyards as its Mediterranean climate guarantees plenty of sunshine, which helps to quickly ripen the Gamay grapes, which is a favourite Beaujolais grape variety.This wine growing region has two regional appellations: AOC Beaujolais, and Beaujolais Village as well as around ten Beaujolais crus, including Saint-Amour, Côte de Brouilly, Juliénas, Moulin à vent and Morgon.

AOC Pouilly-Fuissé

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