Louis Jadot

Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages Combe Aux Jacques

The UK’s best selling Beaujolais Villages, much of which is declassified Régnié to maintain the benchmark quality. Brimming with juicy cherry and raspberry fruit notes, and light tannins. For something different try it lightly chilled – the ‘new pink’

Louis Jadot

Louis Jadot was founded in Beaune by Louis-Henry Jadot in 1859, and celebrates over 150 years of fine winemaking. Over the last century and a half, the Company has strived to establish and maintain the quality of its wines through the steady acquisition of the best vineyards in Burgundy.

In recent years, the move has been towards a more organic and biodynamic style of grape growing. The philosophy is one of minimal intervention. In addition, Louis Jadot has re-established its own nursery to expand the breadth and diversity of the available vine material and reverted to the traditional ‘field selection’ from their own vines.

Producing wines from all quality appellations be it regional, Village, 1er Cru or the very best Grand Cru – a Burgundy to match any occasion or food. Common to the Louis Jadot labelled wines is the familiar Bacchus head label that has become the reliable stamp of quality and consistency from the region, which can often be baffling to the uninitiated.

The Burgundy Pyramid

There are four levels of quality in Burgundy