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Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 Georges Duboeuf — Review Whilst On 2nd Bottle.

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With the first bottle long gone (consumed growing reverence) and now into my second bottle I have to say that my admiration and awe for the 2015 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau has reached new heights. It is a very pleasant, highly potable wine. Piques the nose with a sharp aroma and rewards the mouth with a full, robust, no-nonsense fruity flavor.

I drink my daily glass of red wine after my late lunch while I do some serious writing. I take healthy sips while contemplating what I have just written or about to write. A good wine makes me take notice of it despite my focus on my writing. That is the case with this 2015. It is not a background wine. It is a wine that begs attention because of its presence. It will be a great wine to chat over though I suspect you will go through the bottle rather quickly. I am glad I bought 1/2 a case. This wine will go quick. I will keep on buying it till it is all gone.

I recommend it highly. The 2014 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau was also very compelling. This is as good, IF not better.

If you are into reds do yourself a favor and definitely try a bottle. I am positive that you will like what you taste.

Cheers.


Anura Guruge Beaujolais Nouveau


Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 — THE Review: Velvet Smooth. Yes, Fruity & Very PLEASANT.

Cheers.

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I could be wrong but I detect a similarity with the Beaujolais Nouveau of 2014 and that is NOT a bad thing because the 2014 was a keeper.

Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 has a very fruity aroma. Very inviting. Kind of begging you to taste it.

Rich velvety color. Again extremely beteckning.

WOW! The first sip. Rich in flavor. Fills your whole mouth. Yes, fruity and tart. Sweet, but not that sweet. A biting, edgy sweet. Raspberry? Definitely not strawberry.

Yes, you can feel the tannin BUT in the case of Beaujolais Nouveau you are supposed to.

Yes, there is a definite aftertaste but that too is par for the course.

It goes down EFFORTLESSLY. You could drink a lot of this with relish, hardly noticing that you are imbibing in quantity.

Yes, another keeper. I can’t see much of a difference from last year. To I that is GOOD.

Georges Duboeuf has increased the price by another $1. So now we are at $10.99. Yes, it is worth it.

I like it. My biggest problem is going to control my intake. Yes, I could easily drink a couple of bottles of this now. But I won’t and I can’t. I did buy half a dozen. I will keep at least one for Thanksgiving.

Bottom line. Very good. Very pleasant. A Keeper.

Cheers.

Oh. I bought the 6 bottles from the NH Liquor Outlet in Concord. The main one just below Main Street, next to ‘Burlington Coat Factory‘.




Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2013: Very Fruity, Rather Tart In A Sophisticated Way & Extremely Chuggable. THE Review.

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I picked up two bottles from the N.H. Liquor Store in Portsmouth around 11 a.m. this morning. The N.H. Liquor Store in Farmington did NOT have any and claimed that they would not be carrying any!

I am writing this as I am enjoying, thoroughly, my first glass of the Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2013.

Very fruity. Very pungent but pleasing aroma. Deep, rich, gratifying dark maroon as befits the Nouveau.

I think, it is slightly more tart that what it was in 2012. But, I think it is a sophisticated, complex type of tartness. Not unpleasant at all. I could call it robust and tangy.

Yes, I could imagine that a few ladies might find it a tad too tart and acidic to their liking and that is OK. Just enjoy a sip.

It is way beyond POTABLE.

It really is CHUGGABLE.

That said, you also don’t really want to chug it. It does have a very pleasant, lingering aftertaste. A mellow glow. Makes your mouth tingle.

I love it.

I bought two bottles — to be on the safe side. The first bottle will be gone by this evening.

The price has gone up a full $1 since last year. This year it is $10.99. But, we did get intimation of that — less grapes.

[P.S., Because I asked politely and I was dressed to the ‘9s’ since I was off to Portsmouth Rotary to do a presentation, they gave me a promotional flyer as a souvenir.]

I think the price is OK.

Definite, definite THUMBS and wine glass up.

Enjoy!

Salut!

Thank YOU, Georges Duboeuf.

Thank YOU, France.


Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2013 display at the Portsmouth (Rotary) N.H. Liquor Store. Click to ENLARGE.

Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2013 display at the Portsmouth (Rotary) N.H. Liquor Store. Click to ENLARGE.


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