Handlebarred by Beaujolais: Domaine Dupeuble

Photo: kermitlynch.com

A red that pours like a white?  Recently, binNotes shared a bottle of 2010 Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais, imported by Kermit Lynch ($14.95), at a Mediterranean-themed evening with fellow food and winers.

Served slightly chilled, the Beaujolais paired well with every dish presented, from stuffed grape leaves to cous cous to chocolate-dipped apricots. Not to be confused with its more exuberant sibling, Beaujolais Nouveau, this year-round Beaujolais offers an uncomplicated freshness, translucent color,  and subtle foundation to any food palette.

In researching the vigneron for this post, M. Damien Dupeuble had binNotes at his handle-barred mustache!  Enjoy the above links, and many thanks to the fine folks at KLWM for the graphics provided. Santé!

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