Jean Foillard Eponym' Les Charmes Morgon Gamay 2015

Ratings on Delectable

Lyle Fass Delectable Pro

Founder Fass Selections

Much better than a recent Corcelette opened but still shows some 15 gunk. Nose is floral, a bit stewy, nice pastille, warm meadow and some granite. Smells like 15 for sure. But like a Foillard 15. Palate is fresh and a skoche hot but nice texture and length. Good not great.

Much better than a recent Corcelette opened but still shows some 15 gunk. Nose is floral, a bit stewy, nice pastille, warm meadow and some granite. Smells like 15 for sure. But like a Foillard 15. Palate is fresh and a skoche hot but nice texture and length. Good not great.

8.8

Ryan Mullins Delectable Pro

And pulled pork sandwich was the best thing consumed in Atlanta last night. I’m sure of it

And pulled pork sandwich was the best thing consumed in Atlanta last night. I’m sure of it

9.2

Philippe Dupuis Delectable Pro

Big. Already excellent but it will surely reach the stars #sample

Big. Already excellent but it will surely reach the stars #sample

9.0

Arron Sweeney

Fresh raspberry, cherry, mineral and violet notes on the nose. Bright acidity and crunchy tannins. Leaner and more angular than the Côte Du Py but still silky. Wish I would’ve held on to it longer as the finish was a bit disappointing. Will improve with age.

Fresh raspberry, cherry, mineral and violet notes on the nose. Bright acidity and crunchy tannins. Leaner and more angular than the Côte Du Py but still silky. Wish I would’ve held on to it longer as the finish was a bit disappointing. Will improve with age.

8.9

Lynn Mitchell

Red berry, nice minerality, good acidity.

Red berry, nice minerality, good acidity.

9.2

Yuki Watanabe

Will go well with tomato based sauce

Will go well with tomato based sauce

8.7

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