Beaujolais Wine Glasses


The Beaujolais wine region is located in the east of France, just south of Burgundy and not far from the neighbouring Swiss border. Famed for producing wine from the Gamay grape, the region of Beaujolais has a north and south divide with more complex wines in the north, and fruity, lighter wines in the south. The typical Beaujolais styled glass is similar to Burgundy with characteristics of a big, wide bowl allowing the wine to breath with as much oxygen as possible at the glasses widest point.

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