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Fleurie Domaine des Terres Dorées Jean-Paul Brun Beaujolais Fleurie Rouges Français 2009

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95+ points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): Monsieur Brun's 2009 Moulin-à-Vent may well be the very finest wine in his utterly profound portfolio of magical wines from this vintage. The bouquet is deep, pure and classically reserved, as it offers up a stunning aromatic array of cassis, bitter chocolate, a touch of bonfire, espresso, a very, very complex base of soil tones and as smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, very pure and rock solid to the core, with zesty acids, ripe tannins, laser-like focus and a youthful glaze of complexity that is only waiting for sufficient bottle age to explode from the glass. The finish is very, very long, with ripe, perfectly integrated tannins and stunning grip and balance. Just a glorious young bottle of Moulin-à-Vent! 2015-2050. (Jul/Aug 2010)

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Editorial Reviews for Fleurie Domaine des Terres Dorées Jean-Paul Brun Beaujolais Fleurie Rouges Français

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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4.50 5
01/02/2012

Very precise and intense on the nose, fabulous blackberry fruit on the nose, crisp and fresh, tightens up quickly, rich an relaxed on the palate, nice tension, fabulous depth to the fruit here, lacks some transparency but makes up for it with the freshness and purity of the fruit, the finish is quite masculine, super-ripe tannins great purple fruit, almost strawberry fruit(jam), with a nice floral finale note 91pts



95+ points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): Monsieur Brun's 2009 Moulin-à-Vent may well be the very finest wine in his utterly profound portfolio of magical wines from this vintage. The bouquet is deep, pure and classically reserved, as it offers up a stunning aromatic array of cassis, bitter chocolate, a touch of bonfire, espresso, a very, very complex base of soil tones and as smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, very pure and rock solid to the core, with zesty acids, ripe tannins, laser-like focus and a youthful glaze of complexity that is only waiting for sufficient bottle age to explode from the glass. The finish is very, very long, with ripe, perfectly integrated tannins and stunning grip and balance. Just a glorious young bottle of Moulin-à-Vent! 2015-2050. (Jul/Aug 2010)

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