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A new cohort of wine lovers is getting acquainted with the soft, gorgeous flavours of well-made Gamay. From humble AOC Beaujolais through Beaujolais-Villages to the firmer, almost Burgundian feel of some of the Beaujolais ‘cru’ wines, there are some very classy, approachable, fruity wines to be sampled. Many keep well too, with Chénas, Juliénas and Fleurie all drinking well into their third year while Moulin-à-Vent and Morgon often need time to even start to show their full potential. Saint-Amour, Brouilly, Côte de Brouilly and Regnié produce delicious, earlier drinking wines and high-up Chiroubles some of the finest. Beaujolais Nouveau, made exclusively by carbonic maceration, is making a small comeback.