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If you like your reds on the soft and juicy side, then voila - Beaujolais is the answer.
Made from the Gamay grape, this is a gorgeous medium-bodied red with ripe redcurrant and black cherry flavours.
One to match with pork sausages.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
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Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 17/05/2015
“This is absurdly cheap for what is very drinkable wine. It’s bright and fruity with delicious cherry and raspberry fruit, along with a slightly grainy texture.”
David Williams - The Observer Magazine 17/05/2015
The idea of a thirst-quenching red wine sounds like an oxymoron at first. And it’s true that a glass of Aussie shiraz is not exactly the first thing I’d reach for after I’d been for a run – or even what seems most appealing when the sun is out. But some red styles live up to the description of vin de soif better than others, fitting with lighter foods and warmer days, leaving the palate refreshed and awake. The reds of Beaujolais are the classic example, Tesco’s perfectly good budget own-label offering up the kind of berry-bonbon fruit, fresh acidity and lightness of tannin and alcohol that is best in the garden after half an hour in the fridge.
Eileen Leahy - Saturday Magazine, Daily Express 30/05/2015
"Beaujolais is pefect for sunny days. It's made in the south of Burgundy from gamay grapes and a good bottle will taste wonderful chilled. Tesco's Beaujolais NV ....... is absurdly cheap for what is a very drinkable wine. It's bright and fruity with delicious cherry and raspberry fruit, along with a slight grainy texture."
Hamish Anderson - Daily Telegraph Magazine 30/05/2015
"I enjoy different reds in the summer; light, fruit-dominated and fun to drink are my prerequisites. Temperature is vital,l any red left to warm in the sun to 25°C will suffer. All mine go in the fridge before serving. This startling-value beaujolais will be best with an hour's chill on it to hone its raspberry and redcurrant laced fruit."
AVB (Alliance des Vignerons de Beaujolais) is a union of 5 Co-Operatives across Beaujolais; Cave d'Azé, Cave de Viré, Cave du Château de Chénas, Cave du Château des Loges and Cave des Vignerons des Pierres Dorées.
This wine comes from the famous Beaujolais region, south of Burgundy.