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  • The red wine called beaujolais is made from Gamay grapes and the region has a reputation as one of, if not the most single-grape-variety region in the world.

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  • Marks & Spencer Nerello Mascalese, Belice Valley, Agrigento, Sicily £5.99, Marks & SpencerIf you're a fan of the sort of immediately appealing, youthful succulence you find in good beaujolais, you'll love this vibrant Sicilian red.

    The 20 best Christmas red wines

  • Grilled salmon: Asda Extra Special New Zealand Pinot Noir 2009 £10.18, selected AsdaLighter, less tannic styles such as beaujolais or, in this case, pinot noir, are the prefect riposte to anyone who still believes red wines can't be served with fish.

    The best wine and food matches

  • Mediocre beaujolais usually comes from sandy soils but the real beauties seem to prefer the granitic soils.

    What We Drank (June 30, 2009)

  • Hope you found the time to taste this years beaujolais nouveau.

    Beyond Thunderdome: on Gary Vaynerchuk's Wine Library TV | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • It is a warm spring night, with a hint of the Santa Anas in the air, and the least likely place in Los Angeles to experience a pastoral groove is probably the outside seating area at Lukshon, in the alleyway behind the Helms Bakery complex, settled around a table, waiting for the wine dude to return with a freakishly obscure bottle of listan negra, which is a kind of high-acid Canary Islands beaujolais.

    Lukshon: The Jonathan Gold Review

  • But mostly it's jewelry-box crammed with lines like this: "Emboldened by a glass or three of party beaujolais, moms have been known to playfully inquire of the Great Zucchini whether there is any particular reason he merits that nickname."

    Story pick: The great Weingarten's Great Zucchini

  • In this firstphoto, they are next to Heuchera “caramel” and “beaujolais.”

    the perennial that enhances all others « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • Some taste like beaujolais, some need to be spat out.

    Late October

  • Try beaujolais--your wife will love it, and never notice it's not chardonnay.

    Archive 2008-02-01

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