Beaujolais Villages, Olivier Ravier
Considerably more serious than the Beaujolais of old. This is a proper, very well put together bottle of Gamay, black cherry and fresh blackberries are the dominant fruit characteristics. By no means full-bodied but weightier than your average Beaujolais, this concentrated style stands up to Burgundies at twice the price!
Food Pairing – why not try it a little chilled with cold meats We’d also highly recommend a bottle or two for Sunday lunch as it works with both red and white meats. Surprisingly good with seared Tuna as well.