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The qualitative pallet of the beaujolais villages wine, makes them seek sometimes for the wine like vintages, sometimes like wines of freshness product, category in which they excel. Wine of red color , with an average length in mouth, it exhales discrete, pleasant fruity flavours and without defect. It is a sure bottle.

Located at semi-way between Villefranche and the house  of the Companions of the Beaujolais wine, at Lacenas, the stone buildings gilded of this house of trade are integrated perfectly in the local habitat. With the occasion, this vintage is of a great richness, the very ripe banana persists in aromatic bottom. The attack in mouth is frank; it owns the very typified unit.

In original wine search which gives satisfaction to their restorers customers, Baronnat company proposed a wine of a beautiful supported color, already advanced in mouth. Its good overall harmony the fact of appreciating without waiting.

Very appreciated by  consumers of Switzerland, the wines of Saint-Amour also knew to conquer the heart of the inhabitants of the small Belgian city of Durbuy, at the time of a twinning in 1968. The very intense color of this wine related to vinous perfumes and fruity concentrates emphasize an impression of roughness for a product of this appellation.