The Beaujolais soil is watered and nourished by the Nizerand river, and the region is just to the south of Burgundy. Beaujolais vineyards grow Gamay grapes almost exclusively, aside from a small number of Chardonnay vines for still and sparkling whites. Beaujolais Gamay grapes produce strong, fruity, aromatic wines, in contrast with the Pinot Noir variety favoured by their Burgundian neighbours.

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