Baked blackberry, clove, purple flowers, mandarin on the nose. The palate is bright and bouncy, with black berry fruits, plum tangled with a taut woven structure that is both friendly and bright. 100% bush vine Gamay; whole cluster fermentation in concrete and stainless vats; resting in concrete for six months before bottling.
WINEMAKER’S TASTING NOTES
The aromas are explosive with mountain blueberry, ripe red cherry, the crust of a mixed berry pie, clove, orange zest, and fresh cut flowers. In the mouth the fruit hits with brightness, yet has a bit of density behind it to fill the palate from front to back, all to be lifted again in a finish of lively acidity, soft tannin, and lingering red fruit.
Winery: Sebestien Besson Class: Red Grape: gamay Region: Beaujolais Country: France Packaging: Bottle
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