Morgan is the 2nd largest cru in Beaujolais after Brouilly. The Cote du Py is a slope where the finest in the Mont du Py come from. The aromas and flavors display dark fruit, smoke, raisin, black tea, earthy characteristics and of course, low tannin and low acidity we come to expect from the Gamay grape. This is a great every day table wine or one to sip after dinner with your favorite TV show.
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Garnet with slight amber highlights. The nose is intense and aromatic, jammy with notes of Kirsch. The palate is frank, with fine tannins, stylish, and well presented. Harmonious with a beautifully long finish. Pairs well with Duck Breast, Pan Fried Mushrooms, Ripened Cheeses
Sweetly ripe black raspberry accented with bitter-edged huckleberry and bittersweet, high-toned tangerine rind make for a strikingly forceful Duboeuf 2011 Morgon Cote de Py, with game-like carnal character, black tea smokiness, and an underlying impression of crushed stone gaining prominence as the wine opens, making for an especially diverse and interactive finish. With fine-grained, well-integrated tannins, overt density, sappy fruit intensity, and sheer grip, this extraordinary value should perform well at least through 2016.
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