Jean Foillard Côte du Py Morgon Gamay 2017 (1500ml)

$76.95

In Stock, Crush SKU: 2j319

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Ratings on Delectable

Lyle Fass Delectable Pro

Founder Fass Selections

Very carbonic nose. Red cherries, cranberry, mulberry bog, spices, some earth and mineral. Delicate and nuanced. Expansive and deep. Great nose. Classic Foillard CDP. Palate is focused like a laser. Juicy, complex, fresh and structured. As far as carbonic bojo goes this is hard to beat. A baby now but so balanced, complete, complex and classic. Terrific.

Very carbonic nose. Red cherries, cranberry, mulberry bog, spices, some earth and mineral. Delicate and nuanced. Expansive and deep. Great nose. Classic Foillard CDP. Palate is focused like a laser. Juicy, complex, fresh and structured. As far as carbonic bojo goes this is hard to beat. A baby now but so balanced, complete, complex and classic. Terrific.

9.4

Tom Casagrande Delectable Pro

Telltale (but under control) barnyard funk livens the tangy red fruit and crushed granite on the nose. Cleaner in the mouth, with great intensity but very lively acid balance. Lip-smackingly good.

Telltale (but under control) barnyard funk livens the tangy red fruit and crushed granite on the nose. Cleaner in the mouth, with great intensity but very lively acid balance. Lip-smackingly good.

9.3

Lucid Selections Delectable Pro

Vicious attack of VA that falls away after 15 minutes. Unveiled, is fresh & punchy black & red berries. Major fruit depth boomerangs from tart to ripe, with balanced VA that lifts its secondary notes. Lovely Cote du Py indeed from 2011

Vicious attack of VA that falls away after 15 minutes. Unveiled, is fresh & punchy black & red berries. Major fruit depth boomerangs from tart to ripe, with balanced VA that lifts its secondary notes. Lovely Cote du Py indeed from 2011

9.2

Jae Cho Delectable Pro

Typical bojo raspberries, boysenberry, tomato-y iodine quality. There’s more structure here compared w/the rest of the gang.

Typical bojo raspberries, boysenberry, tomato-y iodine quality. There’s more structure here compared w/the rest of the gang.

9.1

boyd pearson Delectable Pro

First class. Every time.

First class. Every time.

9.2

Jordan Franceschini

Don’t want to be a hater but why, oh why, does Foillard always have to be bretty? VA. Muddled. A bit tired of the same old. Maybe my taste is evolving. Sample size tonight is two bottles from 2017.

Don’t want to be a hater but why, oh why, does Foillard always have to be bretty? VA. Muddled. A bit tired of the same old. Maybe my taste is evolving. Sample size tonight is two bottles from 2017.

8.8

Matt Lasater Delectable Pro

Delicious albeit somewhat different year from Foillard. Lacked a little purity and freshness, but that doesn’t mean it was a subpar experience at all. Muddled, brambly fruit, spices, wilted flowers, animal and savory. Structured and with some rustic grip, which I liked.

Delicious albeit somewhat different year from Foillard. Lacked a little purity and freshness, but that doesn’t mean it was a subpar experience at all. Muddled, brambly fruit, spices, wilted flowers, animal and savory. Structured and with some rustic grip, which I liked.

9.1

Jae Cho Delectable Pro

The structure that was front and center in early ‘19 is relaxed into its extraordinary silky mouth watering acids. The fruit is classic and dare I say profound for gamay.

The structure that was front and center in early ‘19 is relaxed into its extraordinary silky mouth watering acids. The fruit is classic and dare I say profound for gamay.

9.2

Jeremy Shanker Delectable Pro

Sommelier at RN74

Classics do not get old

Classics do not get old

9.2

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  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

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    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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