A bit lighter in style (truer?) than most of the other 2015 Beaujolais I tasted.  To me, that was a good thing.  Purple/ruby in color.  The nose is very tight at first but then opens to cherries with a touch of spice.  Maybe also some rhubarb.  On the palate, this is tart cherries.  Bold acidity.  I like this a lot but some may have issues with the tartness.  Nice complex.  Kept improving all night long.  A Fass Selection wine.  


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