2003 Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay Labouré-Roi
Although Beaujolais may have up to 12.5 degrees of alcohol, it should always taste lively and fruity. The colour is a youthful, violetty red, and it is one of the only red wines to actually taste "grapey", bursting with natural fruit from the Gamay grape. There is always a refreshing acidity, which makes the wine all the more drinkable, and no discernible tannin. Production Area The Beaujolais appellation covers a total of 23,920 acres, of which 23,450 are to the north of Lyon in the Rhone depa...
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Vintage ChartRating for France-Burgundy: 84 (average year)<br/><br/>Drinkability: drink now<br/>