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Red wines that are more fruit-forward and lighter in tannin and body.
Medium bodied reds that go down easy, with smooth tannins and supple fruit.
Wines where earthy and/or spicy dominate the flavors – typically medium to full body.
Full bodied wines that have concentrated fruit and are higher in alcohol and/or tannins. Some need age.
"The Chateau Thivin 2006 Cote de Brouilly leads with fascinating and intense aromas of smoky, toasted nuts and salted tomato puree. Bright salinity and the unusual suggestion of tomato paste persist on the surprisingly concentrated palate, along with suggestions of smoked meat, juniper berry, and tart black fruit skins. The finish is bright and savory, with a surprising hint of tongue-numbing tannin. While less generous with the sort of overtly ripe berry character than one generally expects of Beaujolais, this Cote de Brouilly holds an undeniable fascination of its own and should be interesting to work with in the kitchen and to follow for another year or two in bottle. The estate's track record is consistently excellent."-Wine Advocate
"Youthful purple. Fresh red berry and cherry pit aromas are complicated by tangy minerals and a subtle herbacity. Firm and juicy on the palate, offering tangy dark berry and cherry flavors and a touch of bitter chocolate. A linear, brisk, classic Beaujolais that would be good with a light chill."
International Wine Cellar
Wine lovers who experience is limited to Noveau owe it to themselves to try the other side of Beaujolais, the hillside Beaujolais, where the soils are more granite and the terrain more rugged. The name Beaujolais may not be present of the label; instead one will find the village name, such as Brouilly, Cote de Brouilly, Morgan or Fleurie. Chateau Thivin is located in the Cote de...Read More About Ch. Thivin
(boe-show-lay) Upon hearing Beaujolais, many think of the large celebration for wine that comes out the 3rd week of November, that year's vintage of Beaujolais Nouveau. But the region of Beaujolais, situated at the bottom of the Burgundy AC, is more than just the nouveau. Some Beaujolais wines can be kept (gasp!) for up to 10 years! Those are usually the Cru Beaujolais and are...Read More About Beaujolais
Gamay is a pale colored grape, best associated with the region of
Beaujolas. In fact, few regions or grapes
are so wholly intertwined with one another. After being universally rejected by the rest of
Burgundy in the
14th century, Gamay found its niche a bit further south, in Beaujolais. Beyond that part of France, Gamay
can also be...Read More About Gamay
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