External Reviews for Daniel Bouland Morgon Delys
Open-knit and balanced, with black cherry and damson plum fruit, featuring notes of ground clove and cardamom, tea leaf and smoke. Fresh, offering a lasting, tangy finish. Drink now through 2017.
The Bouland 2011 Morgon De Lys Vieilles Vignes reveals complex aromatics with its ripe cassis and black raspberry, distilled berry overtones, saline, alkaline, maritime, stony, crystalline minerality, and mouthwatering evocations of roast meat pan scrapings and soy — all features delivered on a saliva-inducing, richly textured yet dynamic and refreshing palate. There is a marrowy, fat-rich depth here that dovetails delightfully with the wine’s textural allure and is complemented by the counterpoint of fresh berry tartness and bracing, shimmering mineral impingements. Look for strong showings from this extraordinary value through at least 2018.
Bright ruby. Deeply pitched aromas of blackberry, cherry, sassafras and violet, with a mineral quality adding lift. Impressively concentrated dark berry flavors are sharpened by a peppery, spicy quality and pick up a floral pastille nuance with air. Rich but lively Morgon with excellent finishing clarity and fruit-driven persistence.
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