Just finished work, and been sampling this très jolie (and jolly!), if slightly rustic, 2019 Beaujolais- Quincié from Jadot (Waitrose £12.99):
Nice nose – a touch of bubblegum, rose petals, cherries, raspberries and a whiff of the potting shed. Fresh and straightforward on the palate, with notes of bramble, ripe cherries, parma violets and nice chalky tannins. Finish is medium, with a nice note of sweet fruit, though for the price, I expected a little more. Having said that, those who drink Beaujolais only in summer are missing a trick, I think. This is Winter Comfort through and through
Have a good evening, everyone!