Henry Fessy Brouilly 2006

External Review by Sam's Wine:

Brouilly is the mid-point, in Beaujolais, between a light, supple wine and a more serious 'grand cru.' It is a wine with spirit, characterized most especially by aromas of cassis, raspberries and fresh grapes. It's best when consumed young, with charcuterie, venison (with a pepper sauce) - and it really shows off when sipped with cheeses.

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Region: France
Winery: Henry Fessy
Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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External Reviews for Henry Fessy Brouilly

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Source: Sam's Wine
09/15/2009

Brouilly is the mid-point, in Beaujolais, between a light, supple wine and a more serious 'grand cru.' It is a wine with spirit, characterized most especially by aromas of cassis, raspberries and fresh grapes. It's best when consumed young, with charcuterie, venison (with a pepper sauce) - and it really shows off when sipped with cheeses.




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