This is from a big vintage so after enjoying a few Morgons upon release I put a case away. An '05 Lapierre recently was too funky, even for me. This Breton definitely has a touch of Brett, but not enough to put me off. Clear, transparent, red rose-colored hue. Darting in and out among the many aromas in the glass are flowers, cherries and strawberries that want you to know they're there but refuse hang around too long. Sweet, luscious palate, but subtler than many '05s. Firm streak of acidity. This is really good, in my opinion, right now.
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(Guy Breton Morgon Vieilles Vignes) Medium cherry red color with pale meniscus; brambley, mineral, red berry nose; tasty, deep, tart cherry, mineral, tangy, raspberry palate with good acidity; medium finish 92+ pts.