From the winery: "Remarkably bright and clean, with a zestiness reminiscent of Cab Franc – perfect for light meats off the grill. This is a great substitute for a white on a warm summer’s day. Pair it with creamy cheeses, cold cuts and prosciutto and lightly roasted meats with fresh herbs."
Recipe PairingsSweet and Spicy Grilled Flank Steak
Marinated Red Meats
Beaujolias is techincally part of Burgundy, but the red grape that grows in Beaujolais is Gamay, not Pinot Noir as in the rest of Burgundy.