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Domaine/Maison Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages
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My kind of wine
06/09/2007
by Ana12352986
May be I'm not well educated about wine. The only thing I can say is I like soft wines like this one
Louis Lifer
04/08/2007
by WineGym
This wine was one of my first purchases when my wife and I started drinking wine. It is a staple for us and a must try for anyone starting off on their wine journey. We have never had a bottle that we did not enjoy. Over the years it seems to get better. It is excellent in all respects (the price is always affordable so we end up getting a few bottles at a time for the wine cellar) This is a nice steak dinner wine and we have enjoyed it watching a late night movie with cheese and crackers.
This is the red to grab when in doubt
01/05/2011
by Walker Ban13883628
Remember, Beaujolais is not a Cabernet! This wine is light bodied, fragrant and holds its own with any type of food. It never over powers your meal and is an excellent sipping red wine. For this price you can keep it on hand for any occasion and serve it proudly because you can be sure your guests will enjoy it!

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Beaujolais
About Beaujolais

Made from the Gamay grape, the red wines of Beaujolais are mostly exuberantly fruity and brisk wines that are often served lightly chilled for added refreshment. There is also a small amount of white Beaujolais, made from Chardonnay, but little of this is exported to the U.S. Today, the overwhelming majority of Beaujolais production is controlled by negociants, of whom Georges Duboeuf is the undisputed king.


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Gamay

Gamay is the primary grape of Beaujolais, a region administratively considered part of the Burgundy wine growing region, but one that has a climate closer to that of the Rhone. Wine produced here appears in your glass in essentially three forms: Nouveau, Beaujolais Villages, and Cru Beaujolais.
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