Jean-Paul Dubost comes from a long line of winegrowers established since the 60s in Beaujolais. Jean-Paul quickly understood the interest of developing Beaujolais crus, not falling into the ease of producing wines for immediate consumption, but on the contrary high-flying crus, suitable for aging, with a place of choice within haute cuisine. The estate now extends over 37 hectares around Lantignié (Moulin à Vent, Fleurie, Brouilly, Morgon and Régnié). Gamay is of course the king grape variety. Jean-Paul, still not giving in to fashions, is a fan of ripe grapes cut at advanced ripeness. The grapes are then macerated over a long period (sometimes over 1 month!) to extract all the phenolic matter, and limit the use of sulfur as much as possible. Wines of great structure, concentrated and vibrant.