|Article number:||Dufaitre Beaujolais-Vill Nouveau 19|
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The husband and wife team of Rémi and Laurence Dufaitre is making delectable wines from their vineyard holdings around the Brouilly and Côte de Brouilly crus in the Beaujolais region. Rémi started accumulating these plots in 2006 and finally began making wine in 2010 in a style heavily influenced by organic and low-intervention pioneers such as Jean Foillard. The organically grown gamay grapes are hand harvested, de-stemmed and fermented in a combination of concrete tanks and used wooden barrels. The wine is aged for a few months longer in those vessels after fermentation is complete, and bottled with zero SO2 added. The wine is now brimming with incredible energy and the fruit is bursting like you were eating the fermented berries themselves! You might as well pick up two, since the first is likely to be slurped up at a fast clip. Organically grown, low intervention, vegan.