Michel Guignier Bistère 2014

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Origin: Beaujolais, France
Grapes: Gamay

The wine is called Bistère because that is the name of his faithful horse that he uses to plow his vineyards. This is an elegant, lively and well made Gamay that is only considered a Village appellation because Michel Guignier decided to only use Vin de France. 

Psst, apparently the famed French chef Alain Ducasse who was dining at the wonderful Manfreds in Copenhagen was served a 2007 vintage of Guignier’s Bisterre and said it was the “best Beaujolais I’ve tasted in a long time“.