Beaujolais Villages 2018
The 2018 vintage of Mee Godard Beaujolais Villages embodies the very essence of this Beaujolais appellation. It is a wine that celebrates the diversity of the region's wine villages, offering an authentic and elegant experience.
On sight, the wine reveals a deep ruby red color, evoking the passion and character of the vine. On the nose, aromas of fresh red fruits such as strawberry and cherry mingle with light notes of spring flowers. It is an invitation to discover the picturesque villages of Beaujolais.
On the palate, the silky texture is supported by delicate tannins, creating a remarkable taste harmony. The 2018 vintage of Mee Godard Beaujolais Villages offers a balanced and accessible experience, with a fresh and lingering finish that reflects the varied terroir of the villages.
It is a wine that embodies Mee Godard's passion for the diversity and authenticity of Beaujolais, a vintage that will appeal to lovers of elegant and accessible wines.
It's almost a relief to taste a Godard that doesn't search my mind, body and soul when I taste it! Even so, more density, concentration and reverberation than the average BV. I'm not sure Godard does average... Candied violets, kohl, saskatoon and fruit that seems to blow on purple-velvet trumpets (surely there is such a thing?). Fresh and long and silky. As I said, far from average.
The Mee Godard Beaujolais Villages cuvée is a red wine that embodies the quintessence of the Beaujolais terroir. Mainly made from the Gamay grape variety, this wine seduces with its bright ruby red color and its delicate fruity and floral aromas. On the palate, it offers beautiful freshness, supple tannins and a lively finish, which makes it a perfectly balanced and accessible wine.