Marcel Lapierre

Cuvée Camille Morgon Gamay

9.227 ratings
9.17 pro ratings
Morgon, Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
Gamay
Top Notes For
Weijie Shi (Jay)

Explosion of red fruits mixed with herbs . So refined. One of my favorite Beaujolais.

Explosion of red fruits mixed with herbs . So refined. One of my favorite Beaujolais.

Oct 16th, 2017
Joyce Lin

Ruby red with slightly blue tone. Ripe banana, blueberry, pickled ginger (how strange), pomegranate, red cherry, licorice, med to med plus tannin, med acidity. Fall flat at the end.

Ruby red with slightly blue tone. Ripe banana, blueberry, pickled ginger (how strange), pomegranate, red cherry, licorice, med to med plus tannin, med acidity. Fall flat at the end.

Aug 9th, 2017
web bond

"Other than the brett and VA, the wine is beautiful."

"Other than the brett and VA, the wine is beautiful."

Jul 12th, 2017
Paul Masson

Pretty much a perfect young Beaujolais

Pretty much a perfect young Beaujolais

1 person found it helpfulApr 15th, 2017
Michael Duffy

Pretty solid. Horseshit, surprisingly black fruit, cinnamon, and a finish of oops-I-licked-the-chalkboard. Nice work in a hot ass jam year.

Pretty solid. Horseshit, surprisingly black fruit, cinnamon, and a finish of oops-I-licked-the-chalkboard. Nice work in a hot ass jam year.

Oct 29th, 2018
Hanif Perry

Love this wine.

Love this wine.

Sep 17th, 2017
Wine ATL

Broody. Blackberry, granite, and fish sauce.

Broody. Blackberry, granite, and fish sauce.

Aug 15th, 2017
John Osgood

What an absolute beauty. Lapierre nailed the 2015 vintage.

What an absolute beauty. Lapierre nailed the 2015 vintage.

May 23rd, 2017
John Gilmore

so so beautiful.

so so beautiful.

Nov 27th, 2016
Ira Schwartz

Beautiful floral and cherry bouquet. Concentrated ripe fruit but no heat paint the palate. This is a representation of the vintage and will likely not have appeal to Beaujolais drinkers in the traditionalist camp. Drink these and let your '14's rest.

Beautiful floral and cherry bouquet. Concentrated ripe fruit but no heat paint the palate. This is a representation of the vintage and will likely not have appeal to Beaujolais drinkers in the traditionalist camp. Drink these and let your '14's rest.

Nov 19th, 2016