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2017 Guy Breton Morgon P'tit Max


  • France
  • Burgundy
  • Beaujolais
  • Morgon

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  • S.Wayne wrote: 90 points

    January 18, 2022 - Double blind tasting
    Pale ruby, unfiltered
    Aromatics medium +. Raspberry, ripe cherry, mild candied note. No oak
    Palate has medium body. Acid medium +. Tannins medium, fine grained. Alcohol medium +. Raspberry, ripe cherry again.
    Finish has medium length, but balance is towards the alcohol.
    I guessed cru beaujolais, but would have liked less alcohol.
    Ready to drink now, but I'm not sure what aging more would yield

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  • Ebrim commented:

    1/19/22, 12:35 PM - Just need to ask beacuse i have some bottles in my cellar and haven't tasted it for some time. When you write "drink now" you do not see no further potenital?

  • S.Wayne commented:

    1/20/22, 4:12 AM - I don't see it improving much with more age given the alcohol, but I should be more specific with my drink now. I don't think you have to drink your remaining bottles immediately. It's not like it's past it's prime. Thanks for your comment.

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