MUSTARD & RYE The 'sister bar' to Quay 3 will be offering live music and cocktails from 11am to mark Beaujolais
"Oooh it's summer in a glass" said one pal as she sipped Louis Jadot Beaujolais
Villages 2016 (RRP: PS11.70, Tesco, Wine Rack, 12.5% abv).
THE 27th edition of Soiree Beaujolais
by the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines (CCI France Philippines) celebrated the arrival of this year's Beaujolais
Nouveau wine, which is observed worldwide every third Thursday of November.
LAST week I sampled the Beaujolais
Nouveau and everyone who imbibed thought it delicious with plenty of ripe fruit and a lively style.
This year's Beaujolais
Nouveau was launched in Japan on Thursday, with consumers expected to buy higher priced products for parties amid a trend for people to spend more time with family and friends following the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
Anyway I said I'd take a look at Beaujolais
this week and no matter what people say I'm a man of my word.
This Monday, the theme of the Wine Tasting was French; InterContinental Jordan Hotel are serving different kinds of French wines to guests, along with the famed Beaujolais
One need only glance into the gaping maw of worldwide celebrity culture to understand what has happened to the "it-factor" of Beaujolais
Nouveau in the past ten years.
Some of the wines tasted included the Beaujolais
Reserve ($9.99), a pleasing gamay beaujolais
with red fruits, strawberry and raspberry; Beaujolais-Villages, Chateau des Varennes ($9.99), with solid black fruits and a balanced palate; Brouilly Flower Label ($12.99), with rich black currant and blueberry; Fleurie Flower Label ($14.99), an elegant wine with a satisfying finish; and Pouilly-Fuisse Domaine de la Chapelle ($18.99), an aromatic, full-bodied chardonnay.
THIS week we're looking at the Gamay grape which, to most people, equates to a bottle of Beaujolais
Thursday is the official date for release of the 2003 Beaujolais
merchant Georges Duboeuf and a major association of Languedoc-Roussillon cooperatives and growers have agreed to provide screwcap closures for wines shipped to the UK supermarket chain, Tesco.