Domaine Chapel Beaujolais-Villages

Domaine Chapel Beaujolais-Villages

A blend of several parcels from the mountainous villages of Lantignié and Régnié-Durette. 

The average altitude of the east and southeast facing parcels is 380 meters. The shallow soils are mainly composed of sandy “gore” from decomposed-pink-granite. The average vine age ranges between 40 & 50 years old.

Profil du Beaujolais-Villages

Bright, energetic, griotte cherry

A Philosopy of Winemaking

Whole cluster; Semi-carbonic maceration about 10 days, indigenous yeast.


In fiber for an average of 7 months. Un-fined and unfiltered.
Appellation: Beaujolais-Villages
Lieu-dit: Lantignié
Grape Variety: Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc
Alcohol: 12,5%
Soil composition: Acidic and decomposed pink granitic “Aréne”.
Culture : Conversion Bio
Harvest: Hand harvested with stems and berries intact. Carefully sorted.