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Lagneau, Regnie, Vieilles Vignes, Cuvée Gerard, 2020

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Lagneau, Regnie, Vieilles Vignes, Cuvée Gerard, 2020

Gérard is the father chez Lagneau. As ever, this is terrific, with a depth of colour and intensity of bramble and black cherry flavours rarely seen in Beaujolais at this price. Juicy and stimulating. Now-2024 Régnié is... Read More

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Lagneau, Regnie, Vieilles Vignes, Cuvée Gerard, 2020
Lagneau, Regnie, Vieilles Vignes, Cuvée Gerard, 2020

ColourRed

RegionBeaujolais

Sub RegionRégnié

GrowerDomaine Lagneau

Grape VarietyGamay

Vintage2020

ABV13.5%

Bottle75cl

ClosureCork

CodeLAG320

Style

Light-Medium Bodied

Light > Full

Beaujolais

"…if red wine can be nubile, this red wine is" - Andrew Jefford, in The New France

That immediate fruitiness of the Gamay grape, allied to refreshing acidity, moderate alcohol levels - usually 12.5 degrees to 13 degrees - and ability to be served cool (don’t overchill, or you won’t taste anything), makes Beaujolais the definitive summer...

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Gamay

Gamay    

Gamay is Beaujolais! Lovely medium to light red wine, with fresh acidity for summer drinking with great potential for ageing in good vintages.

Also planted in: the Loire; odd new plantings in New World, e.g. New Zealand

 

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Lagneau, Regnie, Vieilles Vignes, Cuvée Gerard, 2020

Gérard is the father chez Lagneau. As ever, this is terrific, with a depth of colour and intensity of bramble and black cherry flavours rarely seen in Beaujolais at this price. Juicy and stimulating. Now-2024

Régnié is arguably the least known of all the Beaujolais Crus; it was the last to be given appellation status in 1988. But from vineyards across granitic hills just to the south of Morgon, the wines are properly dense and textured - especially from the Lagneau's ancient vines, which are mainly 60 or 100 years old.

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