When you come across something that's a great value, it's only natural to want to share your find with family and friends. Once you've discovered Beaujolais, you won't want to keep it all to yourself.
It doesn't matter whether your friends and family are wine connoisseurs or just appreciate great quality and great value. When they find out about Beaujolais, they'll want to share it with their friends, too.
So what's the best way to introduce your friends and family members to Beaujolais? Obviously, they'll want to experience it for themselves. Host an informal tasting party and invite them over for a casual get-together. (If your friends and family mix like water and oil, or if you've simply got too many people to invite all at once, have more than one wine tasting. They'll enjoy the company — and the wine — better in a more intimate setting.)
Start with the lighter Crus like Chiroubles and Fleurie. Then work your way up to the more full-bodied varieties such as Chénas and Moulin-à-Vent. Be sure to include at least one white wine, one red wine, and one rosé wine. That way, you'll have something that appeals to everyone's tastes.
For those guests who already have an appreciation for wine, tell them to resist comparing Beaujolais to other wines. After all, Beaujolais is simply incomparable.
A word of caution: your friends and family may be so enthused about Beaujolais that they may try to take all the credit themselves for learning about this exceptional wine!