Designated as a Cru in February 1946, Saint-Amour is the most northerly of the ten Beaujolais cru areas as well as one of the smallest.
Location: La Chapelle de Guinchay
Tasting Notes: A nice and bright red ruby robe, a nose displaying red cherry fruits and flowers. The wine is round and well-balanced in the mouth.
Pairing: Drinks and Hors d'oeuvres, grilled dishes, poultry, and fish.
Grape varieties planted: Gamay
Soils: Granite, clay, schist