November 30th, 2000 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais and Beyond By James Molesworth Beaujolais is located between the Rhône and Burgundy wine regions in eastern France. Though hardly their rival in terms of price and prestige, Beaujolais boasts a long history, its own signature grape (Gamay) and a distinctive, traditional wine-style that's popular all over the world.
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