Guy Breton

Côte de Brouilly Gamay

9.116 ratings
-no pro ratings
Brouilly, Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Gamay
Chicken, Game, Turkey, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Bloody Amateur

What it’s all about. Juicy, bright, cloudy, translucent. Tough to beat.

What it’s all about. Juicy, bright, cloudy, translucent. Tough to beat.

May 26th, 2020
Charles Mires

Excellent. Great long finish

Excellent. Great long finish

Mar 11th, 2020
Dawn E.

Nice selection from Guy Breton...new wine decanter.. why not! Unfortunately I had my favorite decanter slip through my fingers! 🙄
Tastes of under ripe raspberries ..forest floor and Bazooka bubble gum!

Nice selection from Guy Breton...new wine decanter.. why not! Unfortunately I had my favorite decanter slip through my fingers! 🙄
Tastes of under ripe raspberries ..forest floor and Bazooka bubble gum!

Oct 2nd, 2019
Alexander Reshetilov

Вишня, арбузная жвачка, ежевика, чуть рассола.
Сочно, живо, строго.

Вишня, арбузная жвачка, ежевика, чуть рассола.
Сочно, живо, строго.

Aug 31st, 2019
Zack Hall

Great bojo

Great bojo

Jun 28th, 2019
Devin Bostick

Tart cherry, sweet, slight hibiscus smell, good acid, light rustic red, nice bitterness and minerality

Tart cherry, sweet, slight hibiscus smell, good acid, light rustic red, nice bitterness and minerality

Feb 25th, 2019
Matt Sharp

Comingbiff the flu. Don’t have all tastebuds back. Leah loved it. Will have to try again. Liked what tasted. Didn’t love.

Comingbiff the flu. Don’t have all tastebuds back. Leah loved it. Will have to try again. Liked what tasted. Didn’t love.

Jan 30th, 2019
Ned Gray Creed

You’ve had the Morton, now have this Côte de Brouilly. Yes I will. Cassoulet night.

You’ve had the Morton, now have this Côte de Brouilly. Yes I will. Cassoulet night.

Oct 19th, 2018
Ely Cohn

A grown up Beaujolais in opaque ruby. The aromas have spiced perfume and a distinguishing piney Douglas fir note that marries nicely to celery and raspberry undertones. Complex, delicate, and fruity favoring a Burgundian profile to candied Beaujolais fruit you’d get from carbonic methods. On the palette are forest notes, fruit, and perfume but also lots of minerals and earthy accents.

A grown up Beaujolais in opaque ruby. The aromas have spiced perfume and a distinguishing piney Douglas fir note that marries nicely to celery and raspberry undertones. Complex, delicate, and fruity favoring a Burgundian profile to candied Beaujolais fruit you’d get from carbonic methods. On the palette are forest notes, fruit, and perfume but also lots of minerals and earthy accents.

Jun 12th, 2018
Chelsea Vernon

Easy drinking, light red wine

Easy drinking, light red wine

Apr 8th, 2018