Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau Harvest 2020


Les Vins Georges Duboeuf was founded in the 1960s, but it wasn’t until the 1980s that the brand grew to international recognition when Georges introduced the local Beaujolais Nouveau tradition to a global audience. Though he passed away earlier this year, the legacy that Georges began survives through the dedication of his son Franck. Under his direction, the 2020 vintage is poised to be one of the best in decades.

The exceptional sunshine and high temperatures this year have worked wonders on the grapes, which have produced world-class wines,” said Franck, who is CEO of Les Vins Georges Duboeuf.

Imbued with warmth and harmony, these wines are packed with flavor and rich texture — the perfect antidote to the gray times we’re living in.” Franck Duboeuf @GeorgesDuboeuf #BeaujolaisNouveau2020

Beaujolais Nouveau, Beaujolais Nouveau Rosé, Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau

The 2020 Beaujolais Nouveau’s label artwork winner is by California-based artist Maeve Croghan with her painting Russet Vines featured on over a million bottles in the U.S. Each bottle contains a special cork imprinted with an individual code and every cork is a chance to win the “First Wine of the Harvest” Cork Sweepstakes!

For more details visit www.firstwineoftheharvest.com

Cheers and Santé to you and yours! #BeaujolaisNouveau2020 @Frenchalacarte

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