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Jules du Souzy Wines

Frédéric Maignet, Consultant Oenologist talking with Grégory Barbet, President, in the cellars while sampling red wines

Lord Jules de Souzy, lived in Château de la Terrière  during the 19th century and developed its reputation for the fine wines it produced.  The range of wines Jules de Souzy – our winemaker range – is named in his honour.  Jules de Souzy grapes are sourced from high density vineyards primarily in the Mâconnais and Beaujolais, and the wines vinified using traditional processes.  We have an overriding respect for quality and the sustainable approaches utilised in the different vineyards.

Master Craftsmen from Beaujolais and Mâconnais
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    Jules du Souzy

    Mâcon Villages

    A classically charming Mâcon Villages from mainly limestone vineyards, aged on its fine lees for 6-8 months.

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    Jules du Souzy

    Viré-Clessé Vielles Vignes

    Appealing, fresh Mâcon from the old vines found in the villages of Viré and Clessé, with exotic and apricot flavours.

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    Jules du Souzy

    Beaujolais

    A round, fruity and refreshing classic made using sustainable practices and a traditional approach. Delightful when served chilled.

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    Jules du Souzy

    Fleurie

    Hand-harvested from vineyards planted on granitic/sandy soils below the famous Chapel de la Madonne. Long maceration and 8-10 months ageing.

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    Jules du Souzy

    Mâcon Rouge

    Traditional Beaujolais vinification from hand-harvested grapes. A vivacious, aromatic wine full of soft fruit characters, where blackcurrant and raspberry dominate.