I'm rather wary of drifting into advertising my/our own wines, which is certainly not my aim in being a member of the forum. It's also hard to recommend any one producer as Beaujolais is a region where I would buy far, far more widely if it were commercially possible; there are just so many fantastic producers and we only work with a small handful. I think most of the people we list are well known by forumites but would suggest that the brother and sister pairing at Desvignes perhaps deserve a little more recognition than they receive, particularly for their two Javernières cuvées. I know that Jasper purchases their top cuvée (Les Impénitents) on an annual basis and gives it at least 10 to 15 years in the cellar, and I have been fortunate to enjoy some of these mature wines. Louis-Claude was an excellent winemaker and his children have carried on his legacy. They are converting to organic having worked pretty much to those methods for many years but without certification. No weedkiller since 2004 and no chemical treatments since 2009. the wines have perhaps a little more approachability in youth than under the previous generation, although that might arguably be a function of recent vintages rather than winemaking changes.Not sure if it's an answerable question, but which of your range do you think would appeal most to forumites?