• Bob H wrote:

    March 23, 2019 - Light-bodied, with tart cranberry fruit on the palate. Woodsy red fruit on the nose - this is pretty good for a Saturday afternoon.

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  • andreaskoeberl Likes this wine: 91 points

    November 2, 2018 - This bottle was very funky with cheese and barnyard flavors after opening. I declared to see if these flavors disappear and indeed after about 2 hours the dark berries, cherries, and some meaty notes came through and the funk was pretty much gone. Tart berries and cherries on the palate with medium-high acidity and a hint of pink apple notes. Good finish.

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  • ahagen wrote: 89 points

    July 26, 2018 - Litt skuffende anonym

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  • andreaskoeberl Likes this wine: 92 points

    March 12, 2018 - Dark cherries, red berries, and spices on the nose. Nice acidity with raspberry and more cherry flavors on the palate. Good finish. What a lovely, complex Beaujolais! Wife: 92

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  • Bob H wrote:

    December 22, 2017 - Light translucent ruby in the glass; tart cranberry fruit on the nose.

    Seamless on the palate, with adequate acidity - more a mixture of tart red and black fruits here. Not bad, but also nothing here that really rings the bell either.

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  • Bob H wrote:

    September 26, 2017 - Translucent purple/ruby in the glass; bright red & black fruits on the nose.

    Seamless on the palate, but somewhat dilute in the mid-palate. Seemingly well-made, but lacking a little something. Not bad, though.

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  • jrick wrote: 89 points

    September 14, 2017 - One of the most burgundian expressions of Gamay that I have come - a lean, cold climate expression of minerality. Cherry, violet and forest floor. Flawless winemaking and good quality but a tiny bit lacking in the enjoyment department for me. Will look out for more from producer though.

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  • theronware wrote: 90 points

    May 3, 2017 - Enjoyed very much. Cloudy purple color (the wine is unfined and unfiltered). On the nose and palate, cassis, red cherries and a savory, umami character that is most attractive. Also some lovely violets/florals that add complexity. Low tannins and light bodied but quite full flavored. Less aggressively vivacious than many 2014s but all the more immediately approachable. A wine to drink now rather than one to keep. Wish I had bought more for the upcoming summer months.

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  • Grape_ape wrote:

    November 29, 2016 - good, but have had better Fleuries for less... e.g. Chateau de Fleurie...

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  • up4wine wrote: 87 points

    November 24, 2016 - Some of the crowd liked this Beaujolais better than the Brouilly that we paired with our Thanksgiving dinner. I preferred the Brouilly as the more versatile wine with a better acid/fruit balance. The Fleurie was a bit more on the dry side, and tended to get a little lost in all the wildly different flavors of cranberries, gravy, stuffing, and turkey.

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