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Here’s the ultimate guide to Beaujolais wines

Houston Life Wine Club Poured by H-E-B

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HOUSTON – Hi everyone, it’s Courtney here! Another Wine Club Wednesday Poured by H‑E‑B is in the books!

If you’re looking for a new red to try, you should explore Burgundy.  This varietal is light-bodied which makes it an easy drinking red wine.

Burgundy comes from the gamay grape and comes from the Burgundy region in eastern France.

The first sip we had was from Jadot Beaujolais-Village, with notes of strawberries, black cherries and a hint of spice. Maison Louis Jadot was founded in 1859 and is the top importer of Burgundy wines in America. This is a lovely bottle for about $12.

The second tasting comes in at $29, but it is a lovely wine. Chignard Fleurie which comes from the Beaujolais region of Southern Burgundy.

This displays nice notes of cherry and fresh strawberry on the nose with a lush palate. This wine shows slight floral notes resembling violets.

All gamay grapes are harvested by hand here and they practice sustainable viticulture, the cultivation, protection and harvest of grapes.

Happy sipping!

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Do YOU want to be on live TV?! We’re looking for enthusiastic Houstonians, wine lovers and “Houston Life” friends to join Courtney and Derrick during our live virtual wine tastings on Wine Club Wednesdays.

If you can head to H‑E‑B to pick up the featured wine and are available from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, we want to hear from you!

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About the Author:

Catherine Sorto is a native Houstonian, a true crime junkie and loves flamin' chips.