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La Collection Paul Sapin

Discover a collection of wines from AOP (appellation d’origine protégée) vineyards!

A collection of red, white and rose wines from AOP vineyards from our region of origin, Beaujolais and Macon, as well as from inevitable areas, such as Bordeaux and Burgundy. 

The range created 6 years ago as Cuvée Prestige is being restyled in 2014 and is also changing its name.
It originally included only local wines, but we have decided to include other regions in the range to reveal the treasures of other French wine producing lands.
The new label combines modernity and tradition, highlighting the AOP appellation in the centre of the label, with colour shading to reflect the complexity of the wine.
Which wine to choose? There are so many options, but we are sure that the quality of our wines will delight you and give you a taste of elsewhere!
Start your discovery trip right now and allow the Paul Sapin Collection to guide you around France’s most beautiful wine-growing areas.

Our Red wines

"Coteaux

Coteaux Bourguignons

The latest in the Burgundy appellation family, red Coteaux Bourguignons, produces fruity, indulgent wines. Made from Gamay grapes grown on granite and limestone-clay soils, this wine has an intense ruby colour with deep purple hints. A lively nose of red and black berries; a full mouth with notes of cherry and redcurrant. A supple, light and very fruity wine, to be enjoyed for any occasion. Served slightly chilled, 13-14 °C, it is an ideal partner for cured meats, terrines, grilled red meats or pasta dishes.

Beaujolais Villages

Beaujolais Villages

This Beaujolais Villages, made from white juice Gamay Noir, comes from the granite soils of the northern part of the region. It is a franc, structured wine, full of fruit and roundness. Red berry aromas dominate the palate. Served chilled, 12-13 °C, it is a perfect companion for cold meat platters, beef or a cheeseboard.

Fleurie

North-west of Beaujeu, the Fleurie appellation covers a hillside area of coarse granitic sands and iron-rich sub-soils, which allow development of the typical notes of Gamay grapes, recalling spring blossoms, hence name, Fleurie, which means flowery. A lively nose of red fruits (cherry, redcurrant), underlined with tender notes of violet, rose and iris. In the mouth, this wine combines finesse, structure and melted tannins. Serve chilled, 13-14 °C, with salads, cold or roasted meats.

Fleurie

Moulin-A-Vent

This appellation is named after an old windmill lying the heart of the appellation area in Romanèche-Thorins. Beneath its deep ruby colour with purple hints, this wine reveals subtle black fruit aromas and mild spicy notes to the nose. Ample and supple on the palate, with melted tannins; a gourmet finish with notes of blackberries and grey pepper. Serve at room temperature, 16 °C, with rib steak, tournedos, or even salmon cooked in parchment!

Moulin-A-Vent

Saint-Amour

The northern-most of the Beaujolais crus comes from a vineyard almost exclusively located in the Saône et Loire department (71), around the village for which it is named. Our Saint-Amour has a sparkling ruby colour; a charming wine that brings red berry and kirsch aromas to the palate over fine spicy notes. Serve chilled, 13-15 °C, with Parma ham, grilled meat or roast lamb. You’ll love it!

Saint-Amour
Morgon

Morgon

If there is one Beaujolais wine that is never forgotten, it has to be Morgon! The Gamay vines grown high up (450 m) the steep schist and sandstone slopes give Morgon wines their character, structure and peppery notes. In the best years, French specialists say that this wine “morgons”, referring to the Gamay’s ability to age, like its illustrious Burgundy neighbour, Pinot noir. A very elegant, round and supple wine whose tannins are present. Served at 15-16 °C, it is ideal with peppered steak, roast guinea fowl or a cheeseboard.

Bordeaux
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Located in the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers wine-region and overlooking the Dordogne, the vines from Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon stretch on marlstone-soils about 15 km from Saint-Emilion. Our red Bordeaux-Wine shows a bright purple colour, has a very aromatic nose from cherry and blackcurrant. Well balanced on the palate enhanced from light spicy and mint notes. A great combination of fruit and spices. Ideal with steaks, roasted red meat with mixed fried vegetables.

Bordeaux

Our White Wines

Mâcon-Villages

Mâcon-Villages

The Mâcon-Villages vineyards cover a stretch of almost 40 km along the banks of the Saône river, growing Chardonnay. The grapes develop on sedimentary layers, enjoying the influence of the river, which moderates the summer heat. Beneath its glossy, straw yellow colour, the wine reveals a subtle nose of white fruits (pineapple, pear) and fresh almonds, underlined by lemony notes. Lively and supple in the mouth with a rounded fruitiness. Enjoy as an aperitif, with cold meat, roast chicken or hard cheese.

Saint-Véran

Saint-Véran

The Saint-Véran area includes several towns on either side of the Rock of Solutré. On these clay-limestone marl soils, dating back to Jurassic times, the Chardonnay develops mineral notes. The nose reveals subtle notes of white flowers and fruit. Round and fresh on the palate, with a finish on slightly tangy notes. Serve chilled, 8-10 °C, as a perfect match for seafood, poached fish or goat cheese.

Viré-Cléssé

Viré-Cléssé

In the heart of the Mâcon-Villages wine production area, Viré-Cléssé comprises the very best parcels of southern Burgundy: the Chardonnay vines grow on sandstone and white limestone pebble soils, based on layers of limestone and sandstone, enabling the Chardonnay grapes to achieve full aromatic concentration. An intense, lively nose of white fruit aromas, underlined with floral notes. A fresh, supple wine of great finesse in the mouth. A perfect companion for poultry, white meat or fried fish.

Bordeaux

Bordeaux
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Located in the heart of the Entre-Deux-Mers wine-region and overlooking the Dordogne, the vines from Sauvignon Blanc stretch on marlstone-soils about 15 km from Saint-Emilio. Our Bordeaux Blanc shows a bright yellow colour with silver highlights. It’s a very aromatic wine with a supple palate of citrus underlined by delicate notes from blossom. Very harmonious in the mouthfeel, with fruity-acidity and remarkable length. Served at about 10-12°C, it’s an excellent aperitif and a great accompaniment to fish and sea-food, as well as poultry or white-meat.

 

Other whines in our “The signature” range

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