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A Cheap Person’s Guide to Fancy French Wine

Food & Wine – January 5, 2018
“Over the last decade, Beaujolais has definitely been having a moment,” says Dustin Wilson. “These lighter bodied, Gamay-based reds are super easy to drink, full of refreshingly high acidity, and bright fruit flavors. Best of all, the wines are generally always affordable, usually between $15 and $30.”

Burgundy’s Other Great Reds

Wine-Searcher – April 16, 2018
“Beaujolais is actually part of Burgundy (use this trivia question to stump wine snobs), but it has gone in a different direction from what we consider Burgundy for a long time, especially on red wines. The big difference is the grape: Gamay is the main grape of Beaujolais, while Pinot Noir is king in the northern part of Burgundy.”

The Next Big Thing in Beaujolais

Food & Wine – April 28, 2018
“For some 700 years, the Gamay grape has become synonymous with the French hillside towns of Beaujolais, the southernmost region of Burgundy, which produces beautiful dark-berried Cru Beaujolais, and spicy village-level wines, as well as the fresh and fruity Beaujolais Nouveau reds.”

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