Beaujolais nouveau is a special type of wine that is made by the delicious, jewel-like Gamay grapes grown in Beaujolais region of France. The popularity of this vintage, there’s a contest to be the first bottles to go on sale. They’re released on the third Thursday of November. The thing that is unique about this wine is that , as per the strict guidelines regarding wine available in France it is permitted to be sold during the same year it was first harvested. These wines are referred to as vin de primeur and are geared toward grapes such as the Gamay which can undergo a brief fermentation, while delivering a robust fruity flavor that is sweetened with residual sugar.
How to Celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau Day
This is the most simple celebration you can have! Simply go out and purchase an ounce of the latest batch of Beaujolais Nouveau and share it with your friends! The celebration doesn’t need to end there . wine made from vin de primeur are available all through the year and you can even use this to introduce yourself to this unique vintage.
Starting from Rose Bordeaux to the Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire, there’s an entire universe of these fantastic wines for novice Oenophile as well as the seasoned ones.
We all know that wine pairs exceptionally well with cheese which is why this could be the perfect opportunity to broaden your palate of both cheese and wine. Beaujolais Nouveau day can be an opportunity to open your palate to a new world of wine and cuisine. Drink up, with your friends!
Wine Lovers Celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau Day 2021
Every year, on third Thursday of November the world of wines celebrates La publication of the Les Vins Georges duboeuf’s Beaujolais Nouveau wines.
The wines are bottled just a few weeks after harvest and bottled just a few weeks after the harvest, these wines are believed to be a taster of the vintage that is to be released, and also an occasion to celebrate Beaujolais harvest. Beaujolais harvest.Per French law and custom, Georges Duboeuf 2021 Beaujolais Nouveau, Beaujolais Nouveau Rose and Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau will be on sale throughout the world from midnight on the 18th of November 2021.
Les Vins Georges Duboeuf, established in the 1960s was the main factor in bringing this Burgundian traditions in Beaujolais Nouveau into the world market. The legacy of the brand is being carried on through Franck Duboeuf, the son of the founder Georges.
“This wonderful vin de prim festival is one of our most anticipated and most anticipated season of the season,” says Franck, who is the CEO for Les Vins Georges Duboeuf. “Around the globe the world, people gather to celebrate the fruits of our work in the vineyards, and to drink for the well-being and joy of family and friends from all over the world The joy of the season is expressed in the pure essence of gamay wine!”
Its 2021 Beaujolais Nouveau displays a light garnet shade and violet reflections. The nose has scents of tiny red fruits such as grapes, cranberry and red currants, the company says.
Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau is deep garnet hue and the typical Nouveau profile. Its aromas are of small black and red fruit like black currants and strawberries, the company claims.
Beaujolais Rose, now in its fourth vintage is a blend of red fruits fresh squeezed citrus fruits, and some candy according to the company.
“Even the weather conditions in Beaujolais this season led to an unusually low yields at harvest however, the grapes yielded wine of outstanding quality,” says Dennis Kreps co-owner of Quintessential alongside his father Stephen D. Kreps. Quintessential is an exclusive supplier of Georges Duboeuf wines in the U.S. “We recommend all to purchase your Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau as early as they can to ensure that you don’t not miss the exceptional release this year, that is available in a extremely limited quantities.”
In keeping with the tradition of the past, more than 100,000 bottles of 2021 Beaujolais Nouveau wines sold in the U.S. will feature with the artwork of 2021 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau Artist Label Competition winner, Felice Kite. Her work, For The Love Of Flowers, was chosen by a public vote out of over 1,000 pieces of original art that were submitted in this year’s competition.