Fragrant, ripe, fleshy, and eminently quaffable. Not as crisp and minerally as I would have expected from a traditional producer in this vintage, but it was a very good value at $12.99.
Intensely vivid magenta-tinged ruby. Ripe cherry, plummy fruit with a very subtle high-toned smoky, rocky note. Fleshy and a little tannic in the mouth, but with very pleasing ripeness, it's a tad less tightly-wound and concentrated as I usually look for in a Beaujolais. But despite its atypical character, I enjoyed it a lot. Decent acids keep it from being too flat, and it went really well with a hamburger from the local Five Guys. B. I got this from Wines Til Sold Out on the web at wtso.com. Imported by Serge Dore Selections.
(Sorry, 2009 depicted).