I just wanted to ask for advice in terms of Beaujolais, I know that good examples age well - with Moulin-a-vent being the main cru that is known for aging for many many years. Aged Beaujolais tastes like red Burgundy after a while which is great to know owing to the much lower price point of Beaujolais.
I am tempted to get a case (or maybe half a case) of some Moulin-a-vent with the premise of laying it down for a number of years to enjoy a while down the road. The question is - which producers/vintages should I look to get? Not looking to spend too much per bottle as if I were to spend more its in the lower reaches of actual red Burgundy.
Here is the original thread that kicked this off