Black cherry, raspberry and damson dominate the nose. There’s also that candied bubblegum note of carbonic maceration in the background adding a touch of complexity but it’s not as overblown as in Beaujolais Nouveau. The palate is fruit-driven and expressive, almost off-dry in style. Flavours of blueberry, cherry and cranberry, with a rich core. There are no tannins to speak of, but the acidity is invigorating and fresh. Chill this lightly and enjoy with a charcuterie board or chill more and chug, this is a “Glou-Glou” after all!