Beaujolais Nouveau wine comes out but once a year in November. While other wines can be aged, this young, perky wine is best served young. These make perfect gifts, and are ideal to serve at holiday gatherings or parties. Get a list of the top 2005 Beaujolais Nouveau wines, as well as links to shops where you can buy them.
Tart and perky, this is precisely what a great nouveau should taste like. Its youth exudes from each sip, and it has a fine rasberry undertone. Fabulous, and cheap! Impress on a budget with this bottle as a gift, or at your Christmas or New Year's Eve party.
One of the classic and most prolific names in Beaujolais Nouveau, this Georges Duboeuf is a fine example of the wine style. This is bolder than some of its counterparts, with fruity flavors.
This nouveau is solid, yet inexpensive.
Simple and tasty, this is a basic nouveau that does the job properly. It also fills the mouth with the subtle taste of rasberries.