Eudemis

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  • 2020 J.A. Ferret Pouilly-Fuissé

    13.5% alcohol. Diam5 closure, incredibly dense. From a half bottle. Bright hay coloured hue with a suggestion of a greenish tinge.
    The nose is pleasant with yellow flowers and some lanolin; stronger on purity than on individuality. In the mouth, the wine has a similarly fresh character with good acidity and a slight bitter note in the aftertaste. No oak at any stage.

    I am not sure if I do not prefer the ostensibly lower ranking Mâcon-Fuissé, Mâcon-Solutré and St Véran at this address.
    That being said, I am happy to give more time to the present wine to give it a chance to develop into something less generic.

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  • 2019 Domaine Grégoire Hoppenot Fleurie Clos de l'Amandier

    12.5% alcohol. The cork is long and dense but also full of defects. Light to medium colour, normal for Gamay.
    The nose is very enjoyable with vibrant red berries and a hint of raspberry. Similar in the mouth with no excess acidity; an earthy feel in the mid palate adds interest to what might otherwise be veering to the over smooth side (relatively speaking).
    A vg Fleurie of the easy going type; a repeat purchase at the special offer price of 14€, but at the full price of 18€ I am less sure.

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  • 2017 Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais-Villages Vieilles Vignes

    13% alcohol. Short cork completely free of defect (to the point of suggesting that it is synthetic, but no it is natural cork of very high quality). Light translucent cranberry juice colour.
    Reduced nose from the neck of the bottle, but this dissipates quickly after pouring; pure redcurrant aromas after that, very enticing. The mouth is similarly red fruited and endowed with considerable acidity bordering on sharpness.
    I am probably less enthused by this wine than I used to be, as there is no denying its one-dimensional aspect; can't complain though, it is only a Beaujolais Villages after all and the fruit is very pure.
    Probably a wine to buy in riper vintages unless you are after high acidity.

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