Jean Foillard

Beaujolais Villages Gamay

9.0138 ratings
9.029 pro ratings
Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Gamay
Chicken, Game, Turkey, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Alanna Lucas (Nantucket Wine & Spirits)

In a sea of wine during a wine tasting marathon, this little gem stood out for not taking itself too seriously. Terrific red fruit profile. Juicy. Fun. Serve chilled and all will be šŸ‘Œ in your life.

In a sea of wine during a wine tasting marathon, this little gem stood out for not taking itself too seriously. Terrific red fruit profile. Juicy. Fun. Serve chilled and all will be šŸ‘Œ in your life.

May 24th, 2019
Ryan Mullins

All the dirty beautiful strawberries

All the dirty beautiful strawberries

Mar 7th, 2019
Kristie Tacey

Clay, cranberry, bramble #fridaynightchill

Clay, cranberry, bramble #fridaynightchill

Aug 25th, 2018
Chris Shackelford

Lighter then the Crus, but very attractive for a village.

Lighter then the Crus, but very attractive for a village.

Aug 3rd, 2018
Pedro Rusk

Wine Educator Kendall Jackson

9.4

I love this wine simple and easy super delicious and a little crunchy as we would expect from a much more expensive bottling

I love this wine simple and easy super delicious and a little crunchy as we would expect from a much more expensive bottling

Jul 27th, 2018
Jeremiah Allen

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Jun 19th, 2018
Ian Staub

Simple and fresh, with red berry fruit, bubblegum, and some stem. The greenness is more pronounced on the palate with a slightly unusual vegetal/herbal note at the back end. Not as much acid as Iā€™d like, but the finish is pretty substantial for a villages bottling.

Simple and fresh, with red berry fruit, bubblegum, and some stem. The greenness is more pronounced on the palate with a slightly unusual vegetal/herbal note at the back end. Not as much acid as Iā€™d like, but the finish is pretty substantial for a villages bottling.

Apr 19th, 2018
Jay Kline

Quite simple with raspberry jam dominating the show. Maybe a touch of secondary fermentation? I sensed the slightest prick of effervescence.

Quite simple with raspberry jam dominating the show. Maybe a touch of secondary fermentation? I sensed the slightest prick of effervescence.

Apr 8th, 2018