The 2014 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau complements an abundance of holiday dishes, from savory roasts to cranberry sauce. Serve this year's Nouveau between 62°F - 66°F, which is just slightly cooler than room temperature, to enhance the aromas and fruit flavors.
The 2014 label is reminiscent of the lush Beaujolais vineyards and bright colors of the harvest. The wine is harmonious with well-balanced flavors bringing a harvest-to-table freshness to any holiday gathering.
The 2014 Beaujolais Nouveau is a ruby red color with crimson halos and delicate notes of red berry, which gradually develop into notes of blueberry and black currant. In the nose the wine is bursting with red berries which gradually drop into notes of blueberry and black currant. In the mouth it expresses itself equally magnificently. The wine is harmonious, tender, rounded and delicious, displaying a truly superb balance of flavors.
Georges Duboeuf reports: “2014 is a very good year….it may even be a great one...the 2014 vintage is full-bodied and delightfully rich with structure reminiscent of the 2011 vintage, which was an exceptional year.