French regulations prohibit Beaujolais Nouveau from being sold until the third Thursday in November. That is today! This wine is only a few weeks old and is not a "fine wine." It is an inexpensive and quaffable wine, a fun drink that can be enjoyed by anyone to celebrate the harvest. Its meant to be consumed in copious quantities in the first year of its life. Its a light-bodied and fruity wine made from Gamay grapes, Cost is around $10 a bottle.
|Scott braves the elements to bring us the first taste of 2015 Beaujolais Nouveau.|
|Our caped hero races toward VO World Headquarters. (Prototype cape courtesy of Rustine.)|