The Case For Wine suggests the ultimate turkey wine.

2016 Beaujolais Grands Eparcieux – Domaine Chasselay
$23.95 per bottle – 12 packs

This is a great example of Gamay`s fruity and spicy side, slick red fruit and violet aromas, a lovely aperitif and perfect for, shall we say… Turkey?

“The average age of the vines is 75 years. This is what good Beaujolais is all about. Perfumed, with crunchy red fruit and thirst-quenching freshness on the palate” – 89 Decanter

Best served with a slight chill.

Background on Chasselay

“I was very impressed by the wines from this family, who can trace their roots in the region back to 1464. Today, Claire and Fabien Chasselay run the 11.5-hectare domaine of owned and rented vineyards, joining their parents in 2008. They make extremely fine wines brimming over with finesse and detail, their prudent approach in the winery allowing their old vine material to shine. The vines here are treated organically, and having trained in Burgundy with Domaine Bruno Clavelier, Fabien de-stems part of his crop depending to the vintage.” – Neal Martin

Ruben Elmer
The Case For Wine
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