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Maison L'Envoye Morgon Cote du Py 2012

Gamay from Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
  • W&S93
12.7% ABV
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  • WS91
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Winemaker Notes

The 2012 Cote du Py has a juicy texture full of raspberry/strawberry compote, earthy undercurrents and a refreshing thread of acidity. Really quite moreish yet will also age well over the next few years. This is no insipid Beaujolais.

Critical Acclaim

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This label is based on a collaboration spearheaded by Mark Tarlov (of Chapter 24 Vineyards) and Gavin Speight of Old Bridge Cellars. Though it’s priced like a standard négociant Beaujolais, this comes from 40-year-old vines and is anything but standard. It tastes like it was raised as a Côte d’Or pinot noir, but it holds all the freshness and elegance of the best sort of Beaujolais, powered by the schist soils of Morgon. Its layers of mineral savor, mushroom and violet scents shift between light and darkness, lasting on a touch of red fruit that glows in the end. Buy a case before they change their minds and raise the price. You can cellar it, but you’ll want to drink it, especially with duck.
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Maison L'Envoye, Beaujolais, Burgundy, France
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Driven by a tireless hunt for elusive sites where Pinot Noir shines, Maison L'Envoyé traverses the globe with the intention of presenting the acme of regionality and winemaking styles. With winemaking footprints in Burgundy, Willamette Valley and Tasmania, Maison L'Envoyé champions many unsung growers who have farmed their vineyards for decades and generations, some mere feet away from more illustriously cited neighbors. This project has been a standout since launching in 2011 including Wine & Spirits naming Maison L'Envoyé a 'Winery To Watch' in 2015.

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