Yvon Métras Le Printemps Fleurie Gamay 2017 (1500ml)

$99.95

In Stock, Crush SKU: 6p433

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Ratings on Delectable

Alex Jones Delectable Pro

Marketing/Development Kunni/Westerly Wines

Juicy; Sour cherry, tart red fruit and flowers. Funky but pretty crushable.

Juicy; Sour cherry, tart red fruit and flowers. Funky but pretty crushable.

8.7

Cathy Corison Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

Way out on the edge of Brettiness.

Way out on the edge of Brettiness.

8.7

Aaron Tan Delectable Pro

Opened overnight. Still full of energy, red fruited and earthy, but finishes with that bean-like character I associate with "natural-wines-that-went-over-the-edge- after-too-much-air". Still a nice drink if you can get past that bean element. Would be nice to see it a day prior.

Opened overnight. Still full of energy, red fruited and earthy, but finishes with that bean-like character I associate with "natural-wines-that-went-over-the-edge- after-too-much-air". Still a nice drink if you can get past that bean element. Would be nice to see it a day prior.

8.9

Kai Wright Delectable Pro

More Metras. Pretty, slightly funky, joyous fruit

More Metras. Pretty, slightly funky, joyous fruit

9.1

Matté Delectable Pro

Manager The Wine Cellars

Reductive funk on opening recedes pretty quickly after decanting. Few hours later the fruit is of the serious black kind & laced with wood spice. Sour cherry and blackcurrant but with dominant notes of black liquorice sticks, hickory, dandelion & burdock, damson & black tea on the nose. Palate has good concentration and structure with dusty but firm tannins (for Bojo), this may be from young vines but should really benefit from some time in bottle. (5+years) Palate shows inky black cherry and blackcurrant fruit that leans slightly more towards the savoury end of the scale. Less complex than the nose, hopefully will open out with time in bottle.

Reductive funk on opening recedes pretty quickly after decanting. Few hours later the fruit is of the serious black kind & laced with wood spice. Sour cherry and blackcurrant but with dominant notes of black liquorice sticks, hickory, dandelion & burdock, damson & black tea on the nose. Palate has good concentration and structure with dusty but firm tannins (for Bojo), this may be from young vines but should really benefit from some time in bottle. (5+years) Palate shows inky black cherry and blackcurrant fruit that leans slightly more towards the savoury end of the scale. Less complex than the nose, hopefully will open out with time in bottle.

9.0

Dan R Delectable Pro

This particular bottle was quite volatile, distractingly so. That being said, lovely palate - super energetic, vivid fruit, racy, electric. Mouthfeel is angular, needs to flesh out a bit. The finish echoes the fruit, with a mineral twang. Overall a bit shrieky, the wine yells rather than sings.

This particular bottle was quite volatile, distractingly so. That being said, lovely palate - super energetic, vivid fruit, racy, electric. Mouthfeel is angular, needs to flesh out a bit. The finish echoes the fruit, with a mineral twang. Overall a bit shrieky, the wine yells rather than sings.

8.7

Blake Walker

Violets & raspberries on the nose & palate. Elegant smooth & delicious Fleurie with a lot of depth. Delicious. No Brett here or other faults mentioned on other posts.

Violets & raspberries on the nose & palate. Elegant smooth & delicious Fleurie with a lot of depth. Delicious. No Brett here or other faults mentioned on other posts.

9.2

Zack Hall

Decent

Decent

9.0

Brendan Baker

Tart red fruits, floral, juicy, fresh ⚡️

Tart red fruits, floral, juicy, fresh ⚡️

9.1

Location

  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

  • Hours:
    Monday–Friday, 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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