Beaujolais Villages "La Treille" 2004
This is a great little Beaujolais made, of course, from 100% Gamay grapes. It is extremely affordable, extremely fun and it does exactly what it says on the tin (although it does come in a bottle). It is a brilliant ruby colour, with aromas of red fruit - especially strawberries and blackcurrants. It is harmonious on the palate with a smooth finish. It is a most versatile wine, and the Slurp general rule is: if you can eat it outside you can pair it with Beaujolais. But it does work particularly well with grilled meats, lamb, poultry and goat’s cheeses.
Food Pairings for Beaujolais Villages "La Treille"
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