Made by the Sambardier family in Beaujolais, who have farmed vines there for five generations. They work with some of the best, limestone rich plots across the region, and are part of the growing movement seeking to dramatically increase farming sustainability in Beaujolais. Their approach is simple; grow great fruit, intervene as little as possible, and let nature do the talking. Vibrant and juicy, with notes of dark cherry, bramble fruit and wild strawberry. Use this as your 'secret weapon' for wine and food pairing. Big, bold flavours? Beau Travail. Red wine with fish? Beau Travail. Aromatic spice? Beau Travail. A fun wine made seriously, and punching well above its 'villages' level weight.