We tried this one at Beaujolais tasting a few months back and this was my favorite on the table. It retails for about $13.
Cherry pie filling on the nose - rich, syrupy, sugarfied cherry.
More of that cherry pie filling on the palate as well, with a dash of cola and raspberry thrown in as well. A bit short of acid (or perhaps a bit too sweet), but there are a surprising amount of mouth drying tannins, so much so I can't help but get an oversteeped white tea sort of thing.
A carob sort of quality comes through on the finish, raspberry as well, with a bit of a black tea thing as well.
No arguments at all. For those who only know Nouveau and other sub-$10 Beaujolais wine, this would be a good one to try - drop a few bucks more and see what the region can actually offer.