Each year, around the 3rd Thursday in November, the small towns of the Beaujolais region in France celebrate “Beaujolais Nouveau Day” growing this varietal red wine the first harvest of their beloved Gamay grape by rapidly making young, bright red wine that are released as early as 2-3 weeks after production so there’s almost no aging at all!
Best served with a slight chill and paired with heavy or rich foods. This is your quintessential Thanksgiving wine.
Estate fruit, old vines, and native yeast fermentation sets this Nouveau apart from the rest. Hand-harvested Gamay grapes with structure and dimension give Terres Dorees a light body boasting fruity, jammy notes.