“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%
👀 Medium purplish red
👃 Complex nose releasing spicy, floral and fruity scents.
👄 Medium-bodied wine revealing a slender texture, smooth tannins, and a medium finish.