Join us in celebration of National Beaujolais Nouveau Day! We will have Beaujolais Nouveau offered by the glass and the bottle. This is the perfect wine to pair with all
Join us in celebration of National Beaujolais Nouveau Day!
We will have Beaujolais Nouveau offered by the glass and the bottle. This is the perfect wine to pair with all your Holiday feasts! Let’s get Bougie!
Beaujolais Nouveau Day is marked in France on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals. Under French law, the wine is released at 12:01 a.m., just weeks after the wine’s grapes have been harvested. Parties are held throughout the country and further afield to celebrate the first wine of the season.
Beaujolais Nouveau is meant to be drunk young. Most vintages should be consumed by the following May after its release. However, in excellent vintages (such as 2000) the wine can live much longer and can be enjoyed until the next harvest rolls around.
Beaujolais Nouveau – that much-ballyhooed cherry-red colored vintage that’s best served chilled — is clearly not for wine snobs. This fresh and fruity red is the result of a quick fermentation process that ends up with a tasty, clean wine that is enjoyed by palates the world over.
The Gamay grapes that go into Beaujolais Nouveau are handpicked in the Beaujolais province of France. The wine actually originated about a century ago as a cheap and cheerful drink produced by locals to celebrate the end of the harvest season.
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm