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Le Beaujolais Nouveau is on us!
Complimentary for all
We will love to see our favorite patrons and their friends on that very special night, another occasion to get together and celebrate the good life! and taste the new millesime to find out what this year's harvest will sounds like!
The region of Beaujolais is 34 miles long from north to south and 7 to 9 miles wide.
Gamay is the only grape permitted for Beaujolais.
Ban de vendanges: a prefectural decree which, each year, lays down the date on which the grape harvest may begin.
All the grapes in the Beaujolais region must be picked by hand.
Every years, the harvest in Beaujolais mobilize over 40 000 persons.
Beaujolais Nouveau is always released the third Thursday of November.
By the time it is over, over 65 million bottles, nearly half of the region's total annual production, will be distributed and drunk around the world.
Beaujolais Nouveau owes its easy drinkability to a winemaking process called carbonic maceration.
Beaujolais Nouveau is meant to be drunk young.