aromas complete with berries, cherries and tinges of spice, some minerality on the palate with a light dusty earthiness, a delicate wine
As far as Noveaus go, this one wasn't overly sweet as they sometimes can be. It's definitely a young drinking wine, not for all, but this one seemed to have some depth to it and I rather enjoyed it this year. Generally I prefer the Moulin-a-Vent because it's the bolder and heavier cru.
Young, bright purple, the smell leaps out of the glass and attacks your nose with strawberry jam. Quick, forgettable finish. But a lovely, happy wine.
I loved this wine. I bought a bottle, then went back and got 4 more. It went great with friends, pizza, and good times. Kinda spicy, am looking forward to the next years.
Two and a half glasses
Food Pairings for Duboeuf Nouveau
Having just been picked weeks before bottling, the Gamay grapes give this Beaujolais nouveau a purple/pink color. Very lightweight with strong flavors of banana and pear drops. With a forgetful yet smooth finish, this wine is recommended to be served chilled.
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