Archive for the ‘Beaujolais’ Category


Thanksgiving Wines ~ Oooo la la, from France and beyond

You’ve heard the saying, “my cup runneth over,” right? Well, this is my Thanksgiving, so I’m sharing the bounty in any way that I can. Life has delivered all of this over the last month or so. The basket and its wine has arrived from Wine of The Month Club. Its contents will be going […]


Beaujolais Nouveau Day is Here!

Beaujolais Nouveau Day is here once again, and I was fortunate enough to enjoy an early bottle, so I could blog about it on this very day. This year the 2014 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau is très fabuleux, once again. It has delicious aromas of bright red fruit, like raspberries and strawberries.  When I sipped […]


Hurray for Beaujolais Nouveau Day – Today, November 21, 2013

Beaujolais Nouveau Day is celebrated in France on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music, and festivals. I got an E-Mail: Hi, Jo, Be among the first to taste the new 2013 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau, the first wine of the harvest! Available nationwide one stroke after midnight on November 21st, Nouveau will be […]


Perfect Pinots & Beaujolais Get the Bird ~ And the Post Poultry Party Will Rock with Porto

ABOUT THE BIG BIRD Years ago I realized that Pinot Noir and Beaujolais are the perfect Thanksgiving wines for really enjoying the big bird. It’s probably my French DNA that loves great these two so much… The earthy notes, the round, voluptuous flavors that fill my mouth, and send essences of rich, rip plums to […]


Beaujolais Nouveau Day 2011 ~ A vast world of wines exist beyond Nouveau ~ Here are a few

Last year was so nice, that now we’re doing it twice… Did you know: Beaujolais is the most wide-spread of the region’s appellations, which covers 27 square miles and 72 villages? The Beaujolais grape is Gamay, making up 99 percent of what the region offers? Beaujolais is the lightest, most refreshing region in France? I […]