Maison Colin Seguin - Durette Régnié

Maison Colin Seguin Durette Régnié

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(Average of the reviews for all vintages combined and from several consumer review sources)
Tasters generally liked this wine.
The Durette Régnié of Maison Colin Seguin is a red wine from the region of Régnié of Beaujolais.
In the mouth this red wine is a with a nice freshness.
This wine generally goes well with pork, poultry or veal.

Taste structure of the Durette Régnié from the Maison Colin Seguin


In the mouth the Durette Régnié of Maison Colin Seguin in the region of Beaujolais is a with a nice freshness.

Details and technical informations about Maison Colin Seguin's Durette Régnié.

Grape varieties
Region/Great wine region
Great wine region
Style of wine
Contains sulfites

Discover the grape variety: Gros Verdot

Girondine most certainly like the Petit Verdot. It is almost no longer present in the vineyard, no longer multiplied and therefore very clearly on the way to extinction.

Last vintages of this wine

Durette Régnié - 2014
In the top 100 of of Régnié wines
Average rating: 3.5 1 1 1 0.5 0
Durette Régnié - 2013
In the top 100 of of Régnié wines
Average rating: 3.3 1 1 1 0 0

The best vintages of Durette Régnié from Maison Colin Seguin are 2014, 2013

Informations about the Maison Colin Seguin

The winery offers 154 different wines.
Its wines get an average rating of 3.6.
It is in the top 150 of the best estates in the region
It is located in Régnié in the region of Beaujolais

The Maison Colin Seguin is one of wineries to follow in Régnié.. It offers 99 wines for sale in the of Régnié to come and discover on site or to buy online.

Top wine Beaujolais
In the top 250000 of of France wines
In the top 55000 of of Régnié wines
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The wine region of Régnié

Regnié is an appellation for red wines made from Gamay grapes in the northern Beaujolais, covering land immediately east of the Village of Beaujeu. Regnié wines are among the lightest of the Beaujolais crus. They are fragrant and structured, with refined tannins. The communes of Regnié-Durette and Lantignié were once Part of the more Generic Beaujolais Villages appellation.

The wine region of Beaujolais

Beaujolais is an important wine region in eastern France, famous for its vibrant, Fruity red wines made from Gamay. It is located immediately South of Burgundy, of which it is sometimes considered a Part, although it is in the administrative region of Rhône. The extensive plantings of Gamay in this region make Beaujolais one of the few regions in the world that is so concentrated on a single Grape variety. Pinot Noir is used in small quantities in red and rosé wines, but in the name of regional identity, it is being phased out and will only be allowed until the 2015 harvest.

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