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Deep ruby-purple in color, medium in body, with soft, round tannins. It offers a beautiful nose and palate of cherries, raspberries, violets and spice. With well balanced fruit, acidity and tannins, the wine shows ripe red fruit on the lasting finish. Learn More

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A benchmark Fleurie, that is beautifully perfumed and has great depth and elegance. Vibrant blackberry and cherry nose followed by good deep rich flavour. Smooth and very drinkable. A lovely example of a powerful Beaujolais. Excellent served with fish, or white meats. Learn More

Fleurie may well be a dangerous name for a wine, largely because it is so beautiful. One of the ten distinctive Beaujolais Crus, if translated from modern French the name fleurie (as a feminine adjective) would mean "flowery," "in bloom," "flourishing," "decked with flowers;" truly an evocative title for a village, much less a village known for its wine. Learn More

Unlike in Beaujolais, the wines undergo semi-carbonic maceration which means that the grapes are fermented in sealed tanks but with a small degree of oxygenation. The semi has the advantage of fruitiness and aromatic exuberance, but with more color and structure than pure carbonic maceration. The fermentation starts in a sealed tank and enjoys the effect of fermentation in a CO2 environment but then, at some point, air is introduced via the tap. Learn More

The color of Gammes en May, the label and the clear glass may lead one to think that this is not a serious wine but they would be wrong. There is a gregariousness to Thierry Michon who is prone to take up the accordion at a moment’s notice but there is nothing frivolous about Thierry or his wines. This is a thrilling rendition of Gammay with darker cherry fruit that one finds in Beaujolais but with a greater lift of minerality and finer tannins. Learn More

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The color in the ’17 is on the light side, it’s a pretty ruby red. The nose is very fresh, and quite tense and mineral, with intriguing depth and strong soil tones. On the palate, there’s lovely Gamay fruit behind ample acidity, all framed by suave tannins, and a fine, savory finish. Comes to life with air, with time, with food! Learn More

This Gamay Noir reveals a deep ruby color. It offers red fruits, lightly spicy notes. Of a remarkable softness and a nice concentration, the mouth is full of fresh fruits flavors. A very pleasant wine with soft tannins. Learn More

Lots of wine here, with nice Gamay spice, vibrancy, and layers. This has good flavors and a persistent finish. Nice, correct Morgon, with a dark garnet color and aromas of kirsch and cherry. Learn More

The wines, however, are anything but old-fashioned. Red ruby color. Fruity and easy drinking, pleasant mouth filling delivering tons of red fruit characters. This is a wine to drink young, on its primary fruit. Learn More

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