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Domaine Dupeuble, Beaujolais, 2022


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A classic value in great, old-school Beaujolais every vintage, this is a favorite wine year after year. 2022 is a beautifully ripe vintage, with lots of exuberant fruit, but plenty of fresh minerality for balance. Domaine Dupeuble is a cornerstone of Kermit Lynch's inimitable Bojo portfolio, and it only takes a few sips to be captivated.


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Domaine Dupeuble may be our Platonic ideal of the Beaujolais AOC producer. The family's vines (it's a family Domaine and has been for centuries) are in the south of Beaujolais, miles from the trendy Crus. But the terroir has plenty of granite, as well as clay and limestone. They also have very old vines. Their "basic" Beaujolais has vines that are 50-100 years old!

They farm sustainably (avoiding chemical inputs) and work very naturally, including with natural yeasts only. They ferment using Beaujolais' signature whole cluster "carbonic maceration," and make wines that are fresh, juicy and accessible but that are absolutely 100% legit expressions of the terroir and the vintage. The wines are great for hanging out with friends or sipping with a simple meal. But if you stop and look, you'll see there's more there than first meets the eye.

Dupeuble isn't the trendiest producer in Beaujolais, but it is one of the great ones -- and certainly among the best values.


  • Grape Variety


  • Vintage


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  • Farming Practice


  • Style

    Fruity , Juicy , Silky

  • Sweetness


  • Body

    Light Bodied

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Lynn Ripley

As a Kermit Lynch fan, I found this wine nice but not extraordinary even for this price point. Smooth will pair with anything.

John Sandercock
Complex and full-bodied

I drank this wine with dinner over 3 days, and found it more enjoyable each day. It was surprisingly full-bodied and complex for Beaujolais, rivalling Bourgogne Rouge.