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Beaujolais Nouveau Day Events!

Beaujolais Nouveau Day takes place November 17, 2011. Beaujolais Nouveau wines produced only with the Gamay grape are a pleasant bright red with fruit nuances and without tannins. All enthusiastic wine lovers will want to participate in the annual Beaujolais Nouveau Day excitement. On the third Thursday of November, the Beaujolais Nouveau wines are quickly shipped from the Beaujolais region to locations around the world.

The idea behind the Beaujolais Nouveau wines is to let future buyers of Beaujolais wines know what to expect from the current year’s vintage.

Wine drinkers began to realize that this very early released wine was good as it was and did not need any more aging to be enjoyed. The wine became known as Beaujolais Nouveau for the Beaujolais wine region south of Burgundy.  There is much excitement in the wine world with the release of Beaujolais Nouveau.

If you happen to be traveling to London, then consider breakfast at Gordon’s Wine Bar on Beaujolais Nouveau Day. Gordon’s is one of the oldest wine bars in London and features Beaujolais Nouveau breakfast all day. Check their website for more details. In Auckland, New Zealand, the Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau 2011 on November 17.

Find a Beaujolais Nouveau event near you.To get started check out some of these other events to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau 2011 are linked to below.

Beaujolais Passions, Beverly Hills Country Club, November 18, 2011
17th Annual Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Celebration, Troy, New York, November 17,2011
Beaujolais Nouveau Festival, Portland, Oregon November 18, 2011
2011 Annual Beaujolais Nouveau, Ferdale, Michigan
19th Annual Beaujolais Wine Nouveau Festival, Seattle, Washington November 18, 2011
Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Tasting, Naples, Florida November 18, 2011

Previous blogs about Beaujolais wines are available online.

Cheers, Kathy

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