Beaujolais is Back!


Gamay is the sole red grape in the Beaujolais region of France. Gamay can produce numerous styles of wine, from the fresh, fruity and easy-to-drink Beaujolais Villages to the serious, more concentrated and age-worthy Beaujolais Crus such as Morgon, Fleurie and Brouilly. Gamay-based wines commonly produce aromas and flavors of bright red cherry and strawberry against a soft mouthfeel of moderate acidity and delicate tannins. The lighter wines can even be served chilled on a warm spring day and are a great addition to any garden party.