Jean Foillard

Côte du Py Morgon Gamay

9.121 ratings
9.13 pro ratings
Morgon, Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Gamay
Chicken, Game, Turkey, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Alberto Cdm

Ottimo come sempre 😁

Ottimo come sempre 😁

Oct 19th, 2023
Peter van den Besselaar

Vintage 2020 | playful and serious, really good

Vintage 2020 | playful and serious, really good

Oct 18th, 2022
Drew Summers

Sales Northampton Wines

Le Phébus x Applewood Manor (Night 1)

Le Phébus x Applewood Manor (Night 1)

Feb 11th, 2023
Daniel M

After Bouland's Delys I had an immediate urge for Foillard's Côte du Py. Don't judge me...
Showing this to my best pal who lives in Dijon and who literally bathes in Burg. Pinot Noir. I think he likes it too😍.
Cola, cherry, hay, raspberry... Wow this nose doing its trick again. Massive acid backbone, radiant cherry all along with a bit of a Cola note, a bit of tannins in the rear, very gentle, and a super duper long fruity finish that goes on for a long long time. Who can seriously say they don't like it?

After Bouland's Delys I had an immediate urge for Foillard's Côte du Py. Don't judge me...
Showing this to my best pal who lives in Dijon and who literally bathes in Burg. Pinot Noir. I think he likes it too😍.
Cola, cherry, hay, raspberry... Wow this nose doing its trick again. Massive acid backbone, radiant cherry all along with a bit of a Cola note, a bit of tannins in the rear, very gentle, and a super duper long fruity finish that goes on for a long long time. Who can seriously say they don't like it?

Oct 29th, 2023
Spencer Dodd

Really interesting compared to fleurie and corcellette. Some good green stems but also almost an element of Rutherford soil… or perhaps elects of vineyard specific soil that shines through more than the corcellette. A great wine with strawberry Pomegranite notes on the fruit but that backend isn’t as silky as the other foillard. Not in a bad way but definitely different. More art wine perhaps? Dangerously drinkable.

Really interesting compared to fleurie and corcellette. Some good green stems but also almost an element of Rutherford soil… or perhaps elects of vineyard specific soil that shines through more than the corcellette. A great wine with strawberry Pomegranite notes on the fruit but that backend isn’t as silky as the other foillard. Not in a bad way but definitely different. More art wine perhaps? Dangerously drinkable.

Aug 3rd, 2023
Deborah M

One of the great ones. So delicious. While Beaujolais wines tend to be fresh, fruity, and fun, this wine presents as rustic, rich, and exotic. Its juicy freshness makes it very approachable, and its refined tannins gives it structure. This is a delicious wine that presents as casual, but is actually low key classic beautiful.

One of the great ones. So delicious. While Beaujolais wines tend to be fresh, fruity, and fun, this wine presents as rustic, rich, and exotic. Its juicy freshness makes it very approachable, and its refined tannins gives it structure. This is a delicious wine that presents as casual, but is actually low key classic beautiful.

Jun 10th, 2023
Joe Weinberger

I think this is the best vintage of this I’ve had in a while—should be fun to follow over the next few years.

I think this is the best vintage of this I’ve had in a while—should be fun to follow over the next few years.

May 14th, 2023
Kurt Winrich

Just enough structure; still sweet. Perfect with the Foie gras ravioli in mushroom soup!

Just enough structure; still sweet. Perfect with the Foie gras ravioli in mushroom soup!

Nov 13th, 2022
Wei Wang

A bit sharp on the tongue. Wrocław team dinner in Poland.

A bit sharp on the tongue. Wrocław team dinner in Poland.

Oct 11th, 2022
Willem Jan Withagen

Willem had this a year ago

Willem had this a year ago

Oct 18th, 2022