Region: Beaujolais, Morgon, Côtes du Py
Gamay from Beaujolais is often misunderstood and people tend to only think of it as light fruity Beaujolais Nouveau. Thus, a journey to one of the 10 cru appellations within Beaujolais is necessary to truly show off what Gamay can be.
Morgon is one such appellation and the distinctive slopes of the Côte du Py produce the boldest among them. This bottle is an apt illustration. With 30 minutes to an hour of decanting, we get spice, dark currents, and black licorice on the nose followed by dark berry fruit, big earthy spice, nice structure, and acidity to balance.
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