Pierre Naigeon Beaujolais 2009

Pierre Naigeon's 2009 Beaujolais is an easy drinking quaffer with simple fruit, that is a touch sweet perhaps. My advice?   Walk over a couple of aisles and pay $10, maybe even $15 more, and try with lunch a local gamay from Eldridge Estate, Sorrenberg or Bass Phillip (though if you can find the latter, please tell me!).  80 points (6.5/10)

Abv: 12.5%
Price: about $10
Would I buy it having tasted it?  Probably yes at the price and as an unthinking quaffer served cool.
Website: http://www.domainepierrenaigeon.com/
May 19, 2011

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