Guy Breton Morgon 2016

“Ptit Max”, also known as Guy Breton outside of his extended Beaujolais family, took over the family estate in 1987 under the precious guidance of Marcel Lapierre. First a model student, Mr Breton developed his own style to offer Morgon wines with a definite Burgundy character, especially if you have the patience to cellar them a few years. For fans of “natural” wines, with scents of violet, red fruits, and mild spices.

🌍 Morgon, Beaujolais, France

🍇 Gamay 100%

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👀 Medium purplish red

👃 Complex nose releasing spicy, floral and fruity scents.

👄 Medium-bodied wine revealing a slender texture, smooth tannins, and a medium finish.

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