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The Burrier family estates constitute one of the largest and most major properties in Southern Burgundy, which has been home to the Burrier family for nearly 600 years, tracing its origins back to Denis Burrier in 1469. The vineyards cover a total of 43 hectares; 22 of Pouilly-Fuissé, 7 of Saint-Véran and 12 of Fleurie, Moulin-à -Vent, Morgon, Saint-Amour and Chiroubles. Discover the great reds of Joseph Burrier in this carefully curated mixed case:


  • 3 bottles of Beaujolais-Villages 'Les Belouzes' 2020
  • 3 bottles of Fleurie Poncie 2020
  • 3 bottles of Julienas Beauvernay 2019
  • 3 bottles of Moulin a Vent Chateau de Beauregard 2019


Beaujolais-Villages 'Les Belouzes' 2020

Château de Beauregard of Joseph Burrier owns one hectare of Beaujolais Villages ‘Les Belouzes’, situated in Romanèche-Thorins on the border with the Moulin à Vent AOP and are all vinified in the winery in Fleurie (hamlet of Poncié). 100% Gamay. It reveals intense red fruit aromas and the mouth is rounded, full and fleshy, with a nice supple and jammy finish. Best time to drink it: the first three years.


Fleurie Poncie Château de Beauregard 2020

Fleurie is considered the most harmonious and elegant of the 10 Beaujolais Crus. The 5 hectares of Fleurie du Château de Beauregard are located on the heights of Poncié, one of the historic ‘Climats’ of the Appellation, currently in the race to become a ‘Premier Cru’. Fleurie ‘Poncié’, 100% Gamay, reveals a fine elegance due to the sandy granitic soils and expresses a mix of floral and red dark fruit aromas. The wine evolution is perfect from 3 to 7 years.


Julienas Beauvernay 2019

From the south of Burgundy, in the Beaujolais region where the 580 ha of Juliénas lie mainly in the Juliénas village but also in Jullié and Pruzilly. 100% Gamay and is quite different than the usual standards of the Appellation. A deep ruby colour, complex bouquet of florals, stewed red and black fruit; is generous and opulent, with a hint of liquorice and spice. Silky tannins and a fresh finish ensure long ageing potential: 5 to 10 years.


Moulin a Vent Chateau de Beauregard 2019

Moulin à Vent is considered the most ‘Burgundian’ of all 10 Crus, probably because of its ability to age. 100% Gamay and shows a dark ruby colour. It reveals powerful flavours of ripe red fruits (cherry, blackcurrant), peony and pepper. It is well structured, fleshy and balanced, with ripe seductive tannins on the finish. Potential ageing: from 5 to 8 years.


12 x 750ml

The Beaujolais of Joseph Burrier

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