Fleurie, Beaujolais

Clos De La Roilette

Cuvée Tardive Fleurie Gamay

Vintage 2019 | very good concentration, curious how the wine will develop — 25 days ago

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Tom Casagrande

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I like this producer a lot.

Guy Breton

Vieilles Vignes Morgon Gamay 2019

Sourced from the Saint Joseph and Grand Crus subzones of the appellation, which give fine, stony wines, from 80-year old vines. A high-lying sandy parcel gives more complexity, structure, and acidity to the wine. Medium Ruby with red fruit and floral spice aromas. On the palate flavors of red raspberry, cherry, banana and earthy mint. Vivid acidity, fine tannins, medium+ finish, ending with fruit and spice. Very good, bottle age will benefit! — 22 days ago

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Yvon Métras

Fleurie Gamay 2018

Wild blackberry, orange peel, dusty tannin, med + acidity 😋 — a month ago

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Jean Foillard

Fleurie Gamay 2021

Fine gamay — 12 days ago

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Jean Foillard

Côte du Py Morgon Gamay 2021

Medium Ruby color with aromas of red fruit and earthy floral notes, matured in used barrels. On the palate flavors of red plum, cherry, banana and earthy herbs. Vivid acidity, fine dusty tannins, medium+ finish ending with fruit, floral and earthy mineral. Very good, a few more years of bottle age will benefit! — 21 days ago

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Marcel Lapierre

Morgon Gamay

Kinsey's birthday celebrated correctly. With great wine. Gamay that Is age worthy. — 8 days ago

Nicole Chanrion

Domaine de la Voûte des Crozes Côte-de-Brouilly Gamay 2004


First thought it had rolled down that hill but after 15 min it opened up and bloomed. With that surprising profile of autumnal forest with just a hint of long ripened fruits expected of Beaujolais, almost like a prune. Then realized I’d had this twice already over three years ago! Distinctive wine from the region, who said it’d be good for 6-8 years!? — 5 days ago

Clos De La Roilette

Clos de la Roilette Griffe du Marquis Fleurie Gamay 2015

Popped and poured; no formal notes. As an American who loves to drink Beaujolais, I have had a lot of experience drinking the wines of Clos de la Roilette yet this expression has eluded me. Similar to the 3.14 from Foillard, this wine is an amped up version of their “Cuvée Tardive”. In fact, the fruit for “La Griffe du Marquis” comes from the same source as “Cuvée Tardive” but it’s a selection of the very oldest vines, some around 90 years of age. Uniquely, “La Griffe du Marquis” does see some time in used barrique. This was quite tasty and while the warmth of the 2015 vintage is obvious but I get the sense there is enough structure to see this age well. Drink now and over the next 15+ years. — a month ago

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Peter Sultan

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Interesting as I found it less demonstrative & more closed than the Tardive (one of my favorites)when I last drank side by side
Jay Kline

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@Peter Sultan I would imagine the oak has something to do with it

Jean-Paul Thevenet

Vieilles Vignes Morgon Gamay 2013

2018 Vintage - looks unfiltered - cranberry, spice , stoniness , med plus acidity so easy to drink — 20 days ago

Tom, Aravind and 5 others liked this


Delightful photo!🍷

Jean-Marc Burgaud

Côte du Py Morgon Gamay

Nice blast of dark fruit. Tight but opens up — 5 days ago

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