Beaujolais is the southernmost, and biggest, wine region in Burgundy. It is over 22,000 hectares in size. Almost all wine is red but there exist some (excellent) whites too, but it only accounts for around 1-3% of production.
Grape variety: Gamay for the reds, Chardonnay for the whites. (Some other grape varieties exist but in very small quantities.) The Gamay is thin-skinned and light in colour giving light-bodied, fruity and aromatic wines.
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