Château de Pizay "Regnie" Rot Trocken Beaujolais Frankreich 2007
Since the Middle Ages the fine wines of the Château de Pizay have been appreciated by Beaujolais-lovers. Noble descendants of the aristocracy of selected Crus and vinified with every respect given to tradition, these wines are tasted all over the world.
Editorial Reviews for Château de Pizay "Regnie" Rot Trocken Beaujolais Frankreich
A bit stemmy-spicy on the nose with hints of earth, roses and a marshmallow edge. Soft pure raspberry fruit and nice zesty acidity make this a nice basic Beaujolais and a light red perfect for serving with a chill this summer. 85pts
Slightly hot nose, with flavors of cherry and a light leathery-ness. In the mouth the wine is mineral with bright strawberry fruits. Finishes on clear quartz minerals.
Floral of course, but very faint. Simple and cheap. Not a bad wine.
Animal and gamey on the nose, resinous with vegetal and leather notes, with a palate of blackberries, blueberries, that finishes a little flat and loses interest at the end.
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