Thursday, November 18, 2010

Beaujolais Nouveau with Nouveau Friends.

Celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau with The Internationals at La Baraque is just another reason to love Paris!
"You have your Thanksgiving, and we have our Beaujolais!" a French man at the party said to me.

Beaujolais Nouveau (Bo-zho-LAY New-VOH) is a red wine made from Gamay grapes produced in the Beaujolais region of France. Beaujolais is the most popular "vin de primeur", fermented for only a few weeks then officially released for sale, in a Celebration on the third Thursday of November.
We celebrated the new wine downstairs at La Baraque, an eclectic restaurant with a cozy design.

The First to arrive.

The New Wine!
Me and Benoit (the Host)
New wine and New Friends.
The Celebration.
A French man...and me.
La Baraque.
More Celebration.

More Nouveau Friends.
Benoit and me.
A wonderful way to start of the Holiday Season of Celebrations.

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