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Stéphane Aviron Beaujolais

Nicholas Pearce Wines presents a portfolio of Stéphane Aviron wines.

Wines Available Now: 

2015 Stéphane Aviron – Beaujolais Villages 
(Semi-Carbonic Burgundian Style) $18.95 – Buy Now
 
2014 Stéphane Aviron – Côtes de Brouilly, Cru Beaujolais Villages 
(Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $24.95 –  Reserve Now (arriving mid July)

Wines Available for Private Order:

2014 Stéphane Aviron – Julienas 
Cru Beaujolais Villages (Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $24.95
Produced from two separate vineyards, the wine has all the concentration of old vines. It has tannins and dark fruits, blackberry and black plum. This is a finely structured cru wine that will need to age. Wine Enthusiast 92 Pts
 
2015 Stéphane Aviron – Fleurie
Cru Beaujolais Villages $23.95
Brilliant ruby. Smoke-accented dark berries, candied licorice, cola and a hint of violet on the deeply perfumed nose. Sappy, fleshy and broad in the mouth, offering lush boysenberry and bitter cherry flavors that show no rough edges and take a sweeter turn with air. In an ample but energetic style, delivering a very long, blue-fruit-driven finish and fine-grained, building tannins. Vinous 91 Pts
 
2016 Stéphane Aviron – Moulin a Vent
Cru Beaujolais Villages $25.95
The tannins are fine, not hard or astringent. You can almost taste the granitic soil of this cru in this tightly wound wine. Uplifting brightness in the finish amplifies its appeal. WineReviewOnline 93 Pts
 
2011 Stéphane Aviron – Julienas 
Cru Beaujolais Villages (Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $27.95
Hints of caramelized resin, smoked meat and turpentine tinge the dark berry fruit aromas
signaling one of those numerous instances in his oeuvre where notes from barrel strike me as interfering with the pleasure otherwise derivable from ripe, pure fruit allied to mineral nuance. The Wine Advocate
 
2012 Stéphane Aviron – Julienas
Cru Beaujolais Villages (Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $24.95
Hints of dark chocolate and smoke underscore the fig cake, baked plum and cured tobacco notes in this chewy, light- to medium-bodied red. Offers a fresh, minerally finish. Wine Spectator
 
2012 Stéphane Aviron – Morgon Château Gaillard
Cru Beaujolais Villages (Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $24.95
Considered to be one of the more full-bodied and serious Crus, Morgon wines have great capacity to age because of their tannic structure and density. The heavy concentration of granitic soils, particularly in Morgon, create rich and powerful wines and over time the intense cherry aromas transform to earthy, terroir driven notes.
 
2016 Stéphane Aviron – Morgon Cote du Py
Cru Beaujolais Villages (Old Vines, Volcanic Soils) $24.95
The Côte de Py is an area within Morgon made of black volcanic soil that imparts an austere mineral-like quality to the wines. Aviron, while displaying this lovely deep minerality, has a beguiling and unexpected suaveness that makes it a delight to drink now. WineReviewOnline 92 Pts

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