I feel somewhat cheated as to that of what the expectation of that in Beaujolais Villages. Dubouf is pretty consistent, although at one time tried to dupe the people poring past cheap vintage with new, yet they are generally reliable when buying theirs as a grab and go wine with an ease of reliability in quality; Clean, floral enjoyable with just about any meal, a little heartier compare to that of his Beaujolais Nouveau's, yet not much more from that. I was a little disappointed as I have had a lot better in the past such as the 2009 vintage, was excellent. I found this one blasé, cheap, very light almost watered down; missing its premise. Somewhat enjoyable, yet I feel it would better drinking at a solid $7.00 bottle, then that of a $12.00 in which I paid. I score 80 -82 points.
Light & Fruity