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I was hooked on it after the second sip. Rich, velvety and robust. I am a habitual red wine drinker and this comes across as a wine punching well above its weight.
It does belies its newness; it comes across as more cultured than what one expects from a Nouveau.
It definitely is reminiscent of the Beaujolais Nouveaus from the last few years and that is not a bad thing (at all) since we lucked out in those years.
I would, indubitably, call this a ‘GOOD ONE’.
Last year’s was a good and this, to I, seems marginally better. A touch of unexpected velvetiness that makes it feel rich and fulfilling.
I like it. I like it a lot.
Georges Duboeuf yet again appears to have done us proud.
Yes, of course, it has the tannin that it is supposed to — which makes it tart and ‘tight’. But, that goes with the territory so to speak. If it wasn’t tart it would not be a Beaujolais Nouveau.
Yes, it also has a very pleasant fruity aroma. A touch of berries.
As is my wont I made a special trip and bought four bottles. Yes, the price has gone up again — by a dollar, I think. Not much in the overall scheme of things, but still a shame. Keeping it under $10 made it feel like a bargain.
Bottom Line: a very decent wine that is punching well above its weight.
You really should try it out.
Happy Beaujolais Nouveau 2018.
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Pretty eclectic — though one could even say ‘exotic’ — list. There is no way you could blame ‘them’ of bias. You can see that they have tried hard to be equitable. Some pretty fancy names — Quiana. Wow. 26 names — corresponding to the alphabet. I hope we don’t see all of them.
But, we start with ‘Avery’ later today.
Well, you know the names. You have been warned.
Yes, we have a Golden named ‘Maya‘.
A 8.8% increase with no change to the assessed property values. No wonder the bill seemed high. It is HIGH. The school again. Funny thing is I can’t recall reading or hearing about a major increase to the tax rate.
I realize that most people don’t see the increase per se. Their property tax payment is included with their mortgage payment. But, they will see it at some point and it will be a shock.
Well, I have given you a heads up.
We have had higher tax rates, BUT valuations were lower. It is the COMBINATION of the two that adds up and counts.