The first Beaujolais wine of the harvest; its annual release date is the third Thursday in November.
(bo-jo-lay noo-vo) is a light red wine from the Beaujolais region of France that is released after a few weeks of fermentation.
a light, fruity, uncomplicated wine , and is not made for aging
literally â€œnew Beaujolais,â€ this refreshing wine is meant to be consumed within weeks after harvesting. The much-celebrated release date is the third Thursday of November.
Beaujolais nouveau is a wine of the Gamay variety produced in the Beaujolais (AOC) region of France that is authorized for immediate sale after fermentation. It is the most popular vin de primeur, a wine harvested in fall and sold before spring (much sooner than it could be produced through normal fermentation).