I like this but would be really pushed to spot it as a Gamay - it has that Bourogone level Burgundy twang to it, but smoother (and better?). Is it a bad thing? Well, I'm getting a lovely Burg/Beaujolais zip going on for £10 so in my opinion it is not a bad thing. From a purist point of view I am not so sure. Lovely stuff though.
nose - cherries, spicy, there's quite a bit of oak here. Needs time open for this to blow off Quite a beefy wine though now quite supple and showing some maturity Some tannin, firm finish A good wine and developing nicely though not the most delicious Beaujolais around. I much preferred the 11 Morgon from same producer. Still it's good and nice that the oak isn't overpowering it
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