2009 Cru Beaujolais in the past six months. What's nice, is that unlike many of the other wines I post about, most of the 2009s I've posted on are easily found around ATL for $25 or less (many are less than $20). Many of the 2009s are providing excellent drinking now, while also possessing the ability to age for a bit.
2009 Villa Ponciago Fleurie Reserve. The Villa Ponciago is perhaps the most backward of the '09s I've opened. It's a wine that really needs a couple years to reveal itself. The wine does not give up much right now. Drink it without giving it a lot of air and one might thins, "huh, where's the good stuff?" Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with this wine; it's just a wine that serves as a good example of a wine that is built to age a bit and is just closed up pretty tightly right now. Go get some and forget about it for a while. I think you will be rewarded in a couple years.