Wow. This is impressive. For the Beaujolais purist this might be too much but for the rest of us, this is delicious and a great wine. A prior review can be found on this site from a couple of years ago, but it has improved since then. Purple in color. The nose has black cherries, figs, slight black raspberries and a bit of spice. On the palate, this has medium tannins. Lots of black raspberry fruit with some black cherries and slight fig. A bit of black olives too. Deep and complex, this is delicious and interesting. Still young, it has at least a decade and probably two left which is saying a lot for a Beaujolais. It will work with all but the lightest foods and would be great with Indian food.
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