Georges Dubœuf

Beaujolais-Villages Gamay

8.564 ratings
8.94 pro ratings
Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Gamay
Chicken, Game, Turkey, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Kristin the Wine Girl

Served chilled to 65F, the odd nose gives off buttered mushrooms, bay leaves and dried pomegranate. This mushroom potpourri leads to an even more disappointing blanket of a softy’s singular palate of sour pale earthy cherries. I had expected a brighter, fresher more youthful fruit of excitement and intrigue. NOT my glass of wine.

Served chilled to 65F, the odd nose gives off buttered mushrooms, bay leaves and dried pomegranate. This mushroom potpourri leads to an even more disappointing blanket of a softy’s singular palate of sour pale earthy cherries. I had expected a brighter, fresher more youthful fruit of excitement and intrigue. NOT my glass of wine.

Oct 13th, 2018
Diane Heyboer

Had 2015 in August of 2017. Drier red wine. Slightly sour overtones with a short finish. Nothing special but would buy again for $9.99 like this one.

Had 2015 in August of 2017. Drier red wine. Slightly sour overtones with a short finish. Nothing special but would buy again for $9.99 like this one.

1 person found it helpfulSep 6th, 2017
Dimes

That's lovely

That's lovely

1 person found it helpfulApr 17th, 2017
Mel Collard

Great ruby appearance with smells of creamy vanilla, orange citrus, rhubarb and sour cherry. Also a slight sweetness. Tastes of Strawberry, bubblegum or candy floss and jammy notes. A medium length with
good balance with fresh acidity. Extremely enjoyable.

Great ruby appearance with smells of creamy vanilla, orange citrus, rhubarb and sour cherry. Also a slight sweetness. Tastes of Strawberry, bubblegum or candy floss and jammy notes. A medium length with
good balance with fresh acidity. Extremely enjoyable.

Aug 11th, 2019
Neal Schaffer

Bleeding strawberries, creamy mulberries, rhubarb, black tea, dandelion, and tree bark. Funky floral nose that still prevails gracefully. Village quality doesn’t seem to ever disappoint; especially 2015’s. You can pretty much get this anywhere and be confident it will beat out a lot at this price point.

Bleeding strawberries, creamy mulberries, rhubarb, black tea, dandelion, and tree bark. Funky floral nose that still prevails gracefully. Village quality doesn’t seem to ever disappoint; especially 2015’s. You can pretty much get this anywhere and be confident it will beat out a lot at this price point.

Sep 12th, 2018
Imani Williams

Tart fruits, lighter red, tasty and cheap. Got at buschs.

Tart fruits, lighter red, tasty and cheap. Got at buschs.

Aug 17th, 2018
Karina Moraes

Light for a red

Light for a red

Aug 9th, 2018
Lindsey Felice

Medium bodied, slightly acidic, tart fruits, spicy finish. (at room temp)

Medium bodied, slightly acidic, tart fruits, spicy finish. (at room temp)

Jul 20th, 2018
Adam Baker

Drank with PF Changs for Sophia's 2nd birthday. Good bright red fruit with some earth (raspberry, strawberry, plum). Bigger Beaujolais than typical. Aging well, but wouldn't wait longer. Slightly medicinal on finish but otherwise good.

Drank with PF Changs for Sophia's 2nd birthday. Good bright red fruit with some earth (raspberry, strawberry, plum). Bigger Beaujolais than typical. Aging well, but wouldn't wait longer. Slightly medicinal on finish but otherwise good.

Jul 6th, 2018
Sam Brenner

There are 38 villages in France entitled to the name Beaujolais-Villages. This is a hand harvested Gamay from Beaujolais-Villages that is so easy to drink, so balanced, and so delicious. It smells good and it tastes good. Nothing else to say really. Just good juice.

There are 38 villages in France entitled to the name Beaujolais-Villages. This is a hand harvested Gamay from Beaujolais-Villages that is so easy to drink, so balanced, and so delicious. It smells good and it tastes good. Nothing else to say really. Just good juice.

Jun 13th, 2018