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Beaujolais (bōzhôlā´), hilly region, Rhône dept., E central France, W of the Saône between Mâcon and Lyons. It is one of the great wine areas of France, famous for its red wine. Villefranche-sur-Saône, the historic capital, is a leading textile center. Lyons is the industrial hub of the region. Beaujolais was once the fief of the powerful lords of Beaujeu (a small town which gave the region its name). Annexed to the crown in 1531, it was incorporated into Lyonnais prov.

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Beaujolais Red wine from the Beaujolais region of France, made from Gamay grapes. Beaujolais nouveau (primeur in French) is the new season's wine, drunk young. It is ‘officially’ available on 18 November.

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Beau·jo·lais / ˌbōzhəˈlā/ • n. a light red or (less commonly) white burgundy wine produced in the Beaujolais district of southeastern France.

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