The hand-harvested Gamay grapes used for Beaujolais Nouveau come from the flat, southern part of the region, and when the grapes arrive at the winery, they undergo carbonic maceration, a technique that yields light-bodied, fruity wines with light tannins. Not intended to age, these wines are best enjoyed within six months of release.

The wine has a brilliant garnet color with a touch of purple. The nose provides vibrant strawberries with a hint of bananas. The palate shows bright red and black fruit, spice, very light tannins and good, juicy acidity.

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