The bartender who poured me this glass of Côte de Brouilly said with a sigh that most people don't think very much of Beaujolais wines. But this one was quite different, with a ripe berry flavor and lots of personality. Even Blue State Carpetbagger agrees. And on a hot afternoon, it was an exceptional choice with a bit of chill on it. Can you figure out where this wine was poured?
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