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Aged Beaujolais is not an oxymoron, a subtle dig like “good British food,” perpetuated by the “I don’t like Beaujolais because I’ve only had Beaujolais Nouveau” crowd. Burgundy-like in its elegance yet without the aged Burgundy price, it is dark ruby, deeply enveloping and silken-textured, and loaded with blackberries, bittersweet chocolate, cinnamon, and spice. Perfect with almost any dish and just reaching the peak of its powers, this is a hardworking wine made by a hardworking woman, with complexity and vitality that defy expectation. Gamay doubters, take note!
|Vineyard:||50 years, 3.5 ha|
|Aging:||Ages for at least nine months before an unfiltered bottling|
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