Jean Foillard Côte du Py Morgon Gamay 2017

Ratings on Delectable

boyd pearson Delectable Pro

First class. Every time.

First class. Every time.

9.2

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

Evan Bienstock

More Gamay for us. This opened a bit tight (2017) but softened in the glass quite quickly. I think these are best with 3-5 years of age. Nice bright fruit, easy and ultimately soft. A pleasure.

More Gamay for us. This opened a bit tight (2017) but softened in the glass quite quickly. I think these are best with 3-5 years of age. Nice bright fruit, easy and ultimately soft. A pleasure.

9.2

Ricardo Bohn Goncalves

Py jan20

Py jan20

9.1

Noah Chasin

Like Lucky Charma, it’s magically delicious. Like, crazy good.

Like Lucky Charma, it’s magically delicious. Like, crazy good.

9.3

Hanibal

delicious.....way better than his corcelette bottling....still very young....much better to drink after 2021

delicious.....way better than his corcelette bottling....still very young....much better to drink after 2021

9.1

Ben Christen

Delicious

Delicious

9.4

Betsy Kitchens

Classic Gamay. Eating a bowl of dried plots whilst sitting on a moss-laden log in a quiet forrest.

Classic Gamay. Eating a bowl of dried plots whilst sitting on a moss-laden log in a quiet forrest.

10

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