Beaujolais: 2009 Gérard Charvet Moulin-à-Vent La Reserve d’Amelie Vieilles Vignes

Feeling cornered by the Wine Etiquette Police on those occasions when you are either serving or ordering fish, and know you ‘should’ pair the meal with a white wine, but feel like a red?

Serve Beaujolais, of course – binNotes’ favorite ‘go-to’ Little Black Dress of wines – versatile enough to accessorize any meal.

This little beauty does the trick quite well:

2009 Gérard Charvet Moulin-à-Vent La Reserve d’Amelie Vieilles Vignes.
Tasting Notes:
13% Alcohol
Color: Lucid ruby
Acids/Tannins: Low, harmonious, clean finish.
Aromas: Slightly earthy, raspberry notes up front; breathing reveals currant, bramble berry, hints of pepper. NOTE: Beaujolais is best served slightly chilled, like a white. Cheers!

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