Top 10 wines in the US press

2011 Manoir du Carra Julienas

2011 Manoir du Carra JulienasIn the Baltimore Sun, Michael Dresser wrote that, “some reds pair well with the Thanksgiving feast, others don’t. (Though I love Cabernet Sauvignon, I don’t see an affinity.)”

He added: “One of the best matches is a full-bodied, well-rounded Beaujolais from one of the top villages such as Julienas. This one is a beauty with its lush, penetrating flavors of black cherry, currants and blackberry and touch of earthiness. It’s a perfectly structured wine that’s at its peak. It’s imported by Kysela, one of the best. Serve with: Roast turkey, tuna steak.”

2 Responses to “Top 10 wines in the US press”

  1. robert crandall says:

    very much in the style that won the 1976 paris judgement? Pick up a book every once and awhile and learn that the block of grapes and the winemaker do not belong to ch. montelena and have not since 1976!!!

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