Got your fill of Beaujolais? If not, states Georges Duboeuf:
“The 2011 Beaujolais Crus are incredibly fresh, balanced, and show more color than usual.”
Georges Duboeuf and friends hosted a 2011 Cru Tasting in NYC to show off his newest collection of Beaujolias Crus.
“The aromas lead to a very full body on the palate that is voluptuous, generous and enriched by lively tannins that give the wine a flush of youth and contribute structure.”
And voluptuous they were! The Crus, made from 100% Gamay grape represent the finest vineyards from the region: Brouilly, Chénas, Chiroubles, Côte-de-Brouilly, Fleurie, Juliénas, Macon, Morgon, Moulin-à-Vent.
Served slightly chilled, these wines can become your new summer reds. Delightfully paired well with simple grilled meats, fish or a light pasta dish.
Georges Duboeuf is a leading producer of Beaujolais wine and brings exceptional value to the US market.
So enjoy life’s little pleasures and explore a charming little wine–Beaujolais!
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