If you were a fan of the now obsolete Bourgogne Passetoutgrains appellation, this is your wine. It's a delicious, ripe, juicy, balanced quaffer of a wine that will always leave you wanting another glass. The wine blends the Gamay grape of Beaujolais with the famous Pinot Noir of Burgundy proper. The Pinot gives it a silky texture, a touch of forest fruit, and class, and the Gamay gives it an attractive red-fruit nose and a refreshing, thirst-quenching finish. Would be a top-end picnic or BBQ wine for those who appreciate more cool medium-bodied reds than alcoholic blockbusters. I'd like to keep this readily available all summer long.