Beaujolais

[ boh-zhuh-ley ]
/ ˌboʊ ʒəˈleɪ /

noun, plural Beau·jo·laises [boh-zhuh-leyz] /ˌboʊ ʒəˈleɪz/ for 2.

a wine-growing region in E France, in Rhône department.
a dry, fruity red Burgundy wine from this region that does not age and usually must be drunk within a few months after it is made.

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beaujolais
/ (ˈbəʊʒəˌleɪ) /

noun

(sometimes capital) a popular fresh-tasting red or white wine from southern Burgundy in France
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