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Beaujolais

The best I could come up with as a red to match the tuna in the starter, and the expected richness of the onion …

The staff discount at the James’s Gate Bottle Shop, coupled with this being bought on product allowance made this value-for-money, otherwise it would have …

Neophysics: n. the scientific process of being a neophyte OK, so I invented a word. It came to me during my first experience of …

Bought in 1997 in the village. Surprisingly weighty Beaujolais – dark and fruity – cherry I think. The 1998, however, was considerably less impressive. …

Really spicy, but smooth Beaujolais with depth. Stands up quite well to chocolate, so is quite sweet. Dark fruit is the flavour (blackberries or …

Yeastiness combines nicely in aroma with redcurrants. On the tongue it has a degree of tarriness / liquoriceness alongside the typical light fruitiness of …

Redcurrant, strawberry and a hint of yeast / bread aromas. Reasonable degree of acidity on the tongue, but with lots of fruit and a …