Beaujolais of Quentin Harel

$ 135.00

Autumn Bold Red Wines for savoring this season.

By the fire, chilly evenings, etc

Quentin’s style of winemaking is unmistakable, with bright, abundant fruit, a rich vein of minerality, and clear restraint for the sake of elegance.

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Quentin Harel The Vigneron

You may have seen this word, “Vigneron” on the label of one of our wines, you may have read it in one of these emails, or it may have slipped off the tongue of the proprietor of a Parisien bistro the last time you found yourself in the City of Lights, but what does it mean, exactly? Well, the definition, unlike many French words, is quite simple. A vigneron makes wines with the grapes they themself grow. There are many growers of wine grapes, and many many winemakers, but there are truly only a handful of vignerons.

Learn More at A Matter of Taste

2020 Beaujolais 'Charron'
Quentin Harel

Sugar
0.2g/L Residual sugar
Alcohol
11.88%
Tastes Like
A core of deep, pure bing cherry anchors this wine, and gives secondary flavors of ceps, woods, and minerals a platform to shine.
Pairs With
Smoked Salmon Benedict, Roasted Potatoes and Herbs, Wild Mushrooms in Olive Oil

2020 Beaujolais Villages 'Grandes Terres'
Quentin Harel

Sugar
0.4g/L Residual sugar
Alcohol
12.54%
Tastes Like
Perhaps the best “Village” level Beaujolais we’ve ever tasted - ripe, lush, dense red and darker fruits with presence melds with a nose of thyme, savory, and tarragon, a beautiful example of the quality this region has to offer across the board.
Pairs With
Beef Carpaccio, Charcuterie Meats of Many Varieties, Roasted Fall Squash

2020 Morgon 'Les Charmes'
Quentin Harel

Sugar
0.2g/L Residual sugar
Alcohol
12.13%
Tastes Like
Rich, warm, and welcoming, this wine invites enjoyment today or ten years from now, with ample structure, compelling savory qualities, and a seriousness to the winemaking that demands attention.
Pairs With
Pâté of Wild Game, Cheeseburgers, Ripe Tomato Salad and Herbs

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The story of our pure Natural Wines begins with a healthy farm and ends with a vibrant sip. From biodiverse vineyards to antioxidant rich grapes, our pure Natural Wines express a completely unique wine experience.

It’s hard to tell, but most wines sold today are mass produced products. They can include high levels of sugar, alcohol, and 76 FDA-approved additives. 

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