Moulin-a-Vent and vineyards in Beaujolais wine growing area, France - stock photo
Romanèche-Thorins, France - 5th October 2014: Moulin-a-Vent is an AOC, wine growing region and arguably the most noteworthy of the ten Beaujolais crus, located in the very north of the Beaujolais region. The iconic mill is located in Romanèche-Thorins. Moulin-a-Vent wines, which are made from the Gamay grape variety, are known for being some of the most concentrated and tannic made in Beaujolais. Floral and fruit-driven in youth, these wines often develop spicy, earthy characteristics as they age. The appellation covers part of the towns of Chénas and Romanèche-Thorins, in the Beaujolais vineyards. It is one of the 10 crus, which are from north to south: le saint-amour, le juliénas, le chénas, le moulin-à-vent, le fleurie, le chiroubles, le morgon, le régnié, le brouilly and le côte-de-brouilly.
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