This Moulin-a-Vent is classic Beaujolais, made with a ten day carbonic maceration. What that means is the grapes started their fermentation in an oxygen void environment, which allows for the development of unique, fruity aromas. Kirsch, banana, and bubblegum are some of the descriptors for this aroma, and they are clearly present in this wine. While this wine opens with that fun fruitiness, it does display a high degree of acidity and fine tannins that would happily support a meal. Fatty charcuterie such as rillette, pate, or terrine, along with a creamy brie, fresh berries, and crackers would be brilliant, or if you watched The Last of Us, you may recall that Beaujolais is a wonderful pairing with rabbit.