Beaujolais Day

 – First Wine of the Harvest,
Traditional Thanksgiving Wine
Beaujolais Nouveau is a red wine made from Gamay grapes produced in the Beaujolais region of France. It is the most popular vin de primeur,
fermented for just a few weeks before being released for sale on the third Thursday of November.
Served with a slight chill, a refreshing and quaffable Gamay may be the saving grace of your gluttonous meal.  It has the fruit to lift the senses and spirits; acid to balance the salt and fat, and just enough savory spice to echo the fall flavors of a Thanksgiving feast; an ideal pairing for your Thanksgiving table.
2017 Beaujolais Nouveau  –  $11.99 
Featured Wines
2016 Prebende  

Le Breuil, France
Domaine de la Prébende produces a deeply mineral Beaujolais from a predominantly clay and limestone terroir, a rarity in a region dominated by granite soils.The Anna Asmaquer Beaujolais is an old vines blend with profound minerality, a bright wild berry nose, and possesses typique Beaujolais finesse.The grapes are harvested manually and vinified completely without SO2. The wines are not chaptalized, filtered, or degassed and only natural yeasts are used for the fermentation. La Prébende crafts one of the best Beaujolais AOC values available today.
Feature Price:  $13.88 750ml  
2015 Perrusset
Burgundy, France
Winemaker Notes: “This Chardonnay has a grainy minerality and a ripeness and intensity level of a Pouilly-Fuissé or even a Saint-Aubin. Perfect as an aperitif and with many first courses. It’s the best way to start any evening.”
“…a lovely Mâcon-Villages with that perfect balance of stony nerve and mouth-coating fruit that has made this a go-to, crowd-pleasing white since 1988.”

-Anthony Lynch
Feature Price:  $17.29 750ml