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Domaine de la Madone - Beaujolais-Villages - Cuvée Jean Baptiste Bererd - Rouge - 2022


Country / Region: Beaujolais

Vintage: 2022

Name: AOP Beaujolais-Villages

Grape variety: 100% Gamay

Alcohol: 13 vol.

Color: Red

Capacity: 75 cl


A wine rated 93-96/100 by our Committee!


The 2022 red Beaujolais-Villages Cuvée Jean Baptiste has all the stature and substance of a Beaujolais Cru, and far exceeds the standards of its sector. Its pure nose reveals the perfect ripeness of the vintage and its natural concentration. The predominance of black fruits goes hand in hand with floral, violet and Zan notes. The full-bodied, ripe, fleshy structure is full of class, set against a grain of silky tannins. This is undeniably a great wine for aging, with great tension, to wait quietly in the cellar. Rated 93-96/100 by the Committee.


Hand harvested from old vines planted in 1941 and 1948, 100% de-stemmed, long maceration, aged for 12 months in barrels on lees for 1/3 of the wine and in vats for 2/3 of the wine.

Certified organic wine.


Bright, intense red with violet highlights.


Dominant notes of black fruit, mixed with violet and hints of zan.


Ripe and fleshy, with full-bodied fruit, this full-bodied wine delivers high-class juice, silky tannins and interesting aging potential.


Serve between 14 and 16°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Artisan pâté en croûte, brioche sausage with Madeira sauce, roast kid.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2033, and even longer for enthusiasts.

A family estate set in the heart of the Beaujolais terroir, on the steep and impressive Perréon vineyard, the Domaine de La Madone is a confidential address that produces wines of the highest stature, thanks to the talent of Bruno, Olivier, and Frédéric Bererd, rewarded by a citation in the RVF 2023 Green Guide.

The organic viticulture is truly epic, and the sincere and striking wines are precisely formulated thanks to the three brothers' vat-aging and Burgundian vinification techniques. Their modesty is inversely proportional to the quality of the wines, highlighted by very attractive prices.