Domaine De La Madone Beaujolais Villages 2019
- Medium bodied
Few wines are as unabashedly, beautifully, boisterously fun as the Beaujolais. This is absolutely no exception. But don’t be fooled by the ‘Villages’ designation. While wines from this tier of the region can be fantastic, this one tends toward exceptional. The vineyards are hilly, and of higher altitude than even the Brouilly cru. That height gives cooler nights, greater complexity, driving acidity and plenty of daytime sunshine to boot. Look for classic gamay notes: jubilant berries, potting soil, slatey minerality and lighter, quaffable body. This is beyond perfect with roast turkey, though chicken will do just fine, too. Otherwise, it is THE red picnic wine - think terrine, cold cuts, cheeses and sunshine.
“Inviting aromas of black cherries, blueberries and licorice introduce the 2019 Beaujolais-Villages Le Perréon, a medium to full-bodied, fleshy wine with a deep core of succulent fruit framed by powdery tannins and lively acids. As usual, this flavorful, beautifully made red from the Bererd brothers belongs on any short list of France's best-value bistrot wines.”
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- 100% Gamay
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