First a Régnié, tasted with some old friends in north London, over some delicious meatballs. ‘Artisan’ producer which often doesn’t mean much but here it was clear that a lot of care had been taken over this wine. Pure, some spice, quite lean, Gamay nose and absolutely delicious. From Berry Bros, about £14. Then, at home, a Moulin Á Vent Clos des Perelles, Chateau de Beauregard. This one from the Wine Society, same price. Very different, big, fleshy, full flavoured with no deterioration on day two. Probably needs a bit more time in bottle. An interesting comparison.