Georges Dubœuf

Trader, breeder and producer recognized worldwide, sometimes nicknamed the “Pope” or the “King” of Beaujolais, Georges Duboeuf (1933 – 2020) comes from a long line of winegrowers. Established since 1964 in Romanèche-Thorins in the heart of the Moulin-à-Vent appellation. Its heirs are intended to work in the line of its founder. Perpetuating this heritage means striving to reveal the talent of winegrowers and sublimating the great terroirs of your region.

Les Vins Georges Duboeuf is a house renowned for its Beaujolais Nouveaux and its great associated celebrations. It also offers all the Beaujolais and Mâconnais A.O.C.s through a range of wines appreciated by the specialized press. Today the House gets its supplies from 300 winegrowers and 20 cooperative cellars. A true ambassador for the region, it exports 75% of its production to nearly 120 countries. The labels of his wines are easily recognized by their floral ornament. Since 1993, the Hameau Duboeuf, a veritable vine and wine museum, has been welcoming you for an initiatory day in Beaujolais country.



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The entrance to the Hameau Dubœuf

Welcome to the world of vines and wine.


Designed for the whole family, the Hameau Dubœuf is a unique park, which reveals in a playful way all that the vine and the wine are to our heritage.

The Hameau Dubœuf is the first wine theme park in Europe. It is aimed at wine lovers, connoisseurs and children of all ages.



Saint-Véran 2020 Sélection G. Duboeuf

Saint-Véran 2020 Sélection G. Duboeuf

Bien qu'il fallût patienter 18 ans, la naissance du SAINT-VERAN en 1971 fut un évènement logique. Ce fut la consécration d'un vin qui, depuis toujours, se distinguait très nettement des autres vins blancs du Mâconnais. L'appellation s'étale sur 7 communes de production : Chânes, Chasselas, Davayé, Leynes, Fuissé, Saint Vérand et Solutré-Pouilly. Géographiquement, il encercle le célèbre POUILLY-FUISSE. Aussi, certains cherchent des analogies avec ce grand voisin. Le sol, le relief, le cépage et la technique de vinification offrent des points communs, certes, mais le SAINT-VERAN possède sa véritable originalité sur le plan gustatif.