Always interesting to try a natural burgs because you can definitely taste the Burgundian Pinot characteristics, but it is not a typical wine from the region. More tangy, still earthy, less structured but still has depth! — 4 days ago
Wonderful balance. Acid and fruit. Earthy. Lovely. We had it with chicken Marbella. — 12 days ago
The Beaujolais wine we love to taste. Carbonic maceration that brings explosive and intoxicating fruity, coupled with pigeage in the Burgundian style, and partial ageing in barrels bringing delicate tertiary notes. The colour is bright red, typical of a Saint-Amour. The bouquet is ripe and floral red fruit, with beautiful herbaceous notes. The tannins are fine but well marked. The finish is stretched on freshness, strawberry and flowers. It's a lot of fun.
Le type de Beaujolais qu’on adore goûter. La macération carbonique apportant le fruité explosif et enivrant, couplé avec un pigeage à la bourguignonne et d’un élevage partiel en fût apportant de délicates notes tertiaires. La robe est rouge vif typique d’un Saint-Amour. Le bouquet est fruits rouges mûrs et floral, avec de belles notes herbacées. Les tanins sont fins mais bien marqués. La finale est tendue sur la fraîcheur, la fraise et les fleurs. Beaucoup de plaisir. — a month ago
With a two hour slow ox (the wine needed at least four) the nose was offset by the overpowering fruit on the mouth. A slightly astringent finish that took 1-2 hours to dissipate — 6 days ago
Bright citrus, nice acids. Great mouthfeel. Pairing nicely with this Brie and fig sandwich. — 7 days ago
Bright yellow. Clear. A bit closed on the nose, ripe apples, peach, honey, oak. Dried fruits, orange on palette. Acid. Tangy or spicy. Silky, medium finish. Tasted in May 2021 at BigMacs&Burgundy book event by Alliance Francaise. — 22 days ago
Had several bottles of these at a birthday party this week. Light, earth tones, balanced berry. Something I would have many times again. — 23 days ago