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This wine represents significant quality for a reasonable price and the style will pair extremely well with a multitude of different menu options. This is mid-level Beaujolais (above that of November’s Nouveau release though still shadowed by the Cru class). Combe aux Jacques is Jadot’s Beaujolais-Villages effort which consistently shows a light to medium body with a refreshingly unassuming character. The mix of both candied and spiced red fruit plus a clean line of acidity makes this an idea wine to accompany the smorgasbord of flavours that are poised to clutter your dining-room table this holiday weekend. Serve slightly chilled. Tasted Oct 2012.
This is a good example of the Beaujolais style of wine out of France made from the Gamay grape. It's clean and youthful as it is meant to be, with flavours of black cherry, licorice and even bubble gum. Not bad at $15.95. Drink young, not meant for aging.