November holds the best Thursdays of the year, right? No other calendar month has a Thursday worthy of celebration, let alone two! Yes, there’s the fourth Thursday, when we gather with family and friends to eat stuffing, get stuffed, and give thanks for it. But the Thursday we get most excited about here at KLWM is the Thursday before . . . that jubilant third Thursday when, at one minute after midnight, the floodgates in Beaujolais open to release their new bottlings of just-harvested, freshly fermented Gamay into the eagerly awaiting hands (and mouths) of the masses. The timing is perfect, because no bird-filled feast tastes complete without a juicy Nouveau to wash it down. How did one holiday exist without the other for over a hundred years?
You can expect the 2019 Nouveau from Ghislaine Dupeuble to be made in the domaine’s usual, stereotype-shattering style—estate-grown, hand-harvested, naturally fermented, and unfiltered. This is Nouveau worth celebrating.
GOTTA HAVE IT? Our Nouveau arrives Thursday, November 21, and we’ll sell it in our shop by the bottle and the case. Give us a call anytime this month, and we’ll have it ready to be picked up or shipped on the 21st. Also, our Nouveau is sold in many states. Visit kermitlynch.com/nouveau for a list of retailers around the nation who will carry the wine starting Thursday, November 21.
LET’S PARTY! Why not? Join us on Saturday, November 23, for our annual Beaujolais Nouveau party and enjoy a glass or two of the wholly unfiltered Gamay from Domaine Dupeuble. We’ll put up tents in our parking lot and feature live music, hot plates cooked to order, and—of course—an assortment of wines served by the glass for your quaffing pleasure.
SEE YOU THERE! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 11 A.M. TO 4 P.M.
Event presented by Curt Clingman and Bartavelle Coffee & Wine Bar
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