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Morgon "Vieilles Vignes," Guy Breton - 2013

Item # 21870 750mL
$34.96/ Single Bottle
$419.52 $377.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Guy Breton, another of the Morgon Gang of Four, ages this Gamay in old barrels for eight months before bottling with very minimal sulfur. The nose is full of berries, violets, and the perfume of naturally made wine. The palate is delicate and gives tart cherry and cranberry notes.


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