"A lighter-bodied Beaujolais that goes down a little too easy. Bright cherry, raspberry, and white pepper notes on both the nose and palate. Extremely gulpable and fantastic paired with a meal."
- Staff Note, Fall Favorite
"The Dupeubles ferment their Beaujolais via carbonic maceration: whole, intact grape clusters are thrown into tanks and coated with carbon dioxide, setting off a chemical reaction wherein each berry essentially ferments from the inside out. The resulting wines have trademark aromas of juicy red fruit and spice, and can be gulped down effortlessly."
- Winemaker Notes