|Jamie Goode gave a|
Beaujolais masterclass in
Cork earlier this year.
In Fleurie, Gamay, always refreshing and never short of acidity, thrives on the granite soil. Fleurie is an excellent partner for a wide variety of lighter dishes.
Villa Ponciago Les Pierres Bleues Morgon 2016, Searson's 21.95
The fruit is grown on a mix of blue schist and ancient igneous type rocks. Complex aromas, excellent fruit, some grip, acidity too and a superb finish. Very very impressive. In 2016 and 2017, the quantity of wine produced in Beaujolais was down because of hail but the quality was up.