Jean Foillard

Jean Foillard

Cuvée 3.14 Morgon Gamay 2014

Lots of jammy cherry, berry fruits with sweet spices, violets & a silky texture. — 6 days ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Nice, have this but letting it slumber.
Ron Siegel

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Will definitely benefit with more time in the cellar. Cheers!

Jean Foillard

Eponym' Morgon Gamay 2016

Robin Gerber

Just a lovely wine for a killer price! — a month ago

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Alex Foillard

Brouilly Gamay 2016

Gamay made for meat. Well balanced with notes of cherries and the right notes to pair well with red meat. — 9 days ago

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Jean Foillard

Beaujolais Villages Gamay 2017

Wine leaked through the cork, so we were worried, but can’t detect any off notes! Crushed berries. — 4 days ago

Jean Foillard

Côte du Py Morgon Gamay 2017

delicious.....way better than his corcelette bottling....still very young....much better to drink after 2021 — a month ago

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Jean Foillard

Morgon Gamay

Outstanding — 13 days ago

Chateau St. Jean

California Chardonnay 2015

Color of saturated gold, beautiful. Nose of nutty, buttery flavors, spice, sprite, dense flowering note like Riesling, some mineral, and some ripe pineapple and banana. Taste is mouthful with zesty tinkling flavors leading the way, spicy, and less sweet than suggested by nose. Second sips has more sweetness from honey, same spice, and more zesty rind. Aftertaste is dominated by spicy taste from alcohol and a bit short of complexity. I do feel the nose alone earns her a nice rating. — 9 days ago

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Jean Foillard

Fleurie Gamay 2011

This is just delicious. Red fruit, softness and a bit of herbs. — 25 days ago

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Jean Foillard

"Cuvée Corcelette" Morgon Gamay 2017

strawberries, strawberry jam, a bit of orange marmalade and celery. Good dose of acidity and a very drinkable bottle. Well made morgon. I prefer the 2015 however was more layered. I did not like the celery taste. — a month ago

Ron, Jean-Philip and 1 other liked this

Pascal Jean-Philippe Granger

"Les Chassignols" Moulin-à-Vent Gamay 2016

Serious cellar potential, and that is probably where this one belongs for awhile. Very primary, dense, juicy and structured. Crunchy wild berries, gravelly mineral character and slightly herbaceous. This bottling needs more time than even the grand reserve Juliénas because of its much shorter elevage and early release time. It will surely reward, but showing some mutedness now.

*Day 3* Already considerably more rewarding. The tannin structure is muscular but supple, and there is more mid palate density and clarity. Showing some dried fruit aromas at this stage, but not to the point of feeling tired. I’m more confident that this will drink well in 2021 or perhaps 2020.
— 4 days ago

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Jay Kline

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Totally agree.