Nos vins ont été dégusté par les journalistes de Vinous (média américain spécialisé en vin).
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Régnié Crêt d’Oeillat 2019
Note : 89 pts
· The 2019 Régnié Crêt d’Oeillat has more intensity on the nose compared to the 2020, with brambly red fruit, touches of sous-bois and truffle coming through with time. The medium-bodied palate offers slightly rustic tannins and tart red cherries intermixing with strawberry. A little short on the finish, but there is a pleasant peppery aftertaste. Fine.
Gamay de Guigui – Beaujolais-Villages 2020
Note : 90 pts
· The 2020 Beaujolais-Villages Crêt d’Oeillat comes from 80-year-old gobelet vines and undergoes carbonic maceration for eight days. It has a very pure and seductive bouquet of lovely, well-defined blackberry, raspberry and violet aromas. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity and quite citric and lively. There’s plenty of energy on the finish and a touch of banana skin on the aftertaste. This is immediately engaging and it gets better in the glass
Morgon Corcelette 2020
Note : 92 pts
· The 2020 Morgon Corcelette comes from 80-year-old vines and is aged in cement vat. It has a pretty nose of black cherries, blueberry and violet, all nicely defined. The palate is soft and supple on the entry with caressing tannins, a very attractive mouthfeel and admirable purity toward the finish. This is a lovely early-bottled Morgon that should age well in bottle
Morgon Corcelette 2019
Note : 91 pts
· The 2019 Morgon Corcelette, aged in concrete vats, has an attractive floral bouquet of red cherries, cranberry jus and orange blossom, vibrant and well defined. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, and spicier than its peers, leading to a structured and slightly peppery finish. This is a well-crafted Morgon, though I suspect that the 2020 might edge it out in the long-term