Jean-paul Brun Côte De Brouilly Terres Dorées 2009

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RP 91, JG 93+

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American Canyon, CA (2,500 mi)
USD 21.99
750ml
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Bright garnet, aromas of cherry juju's and strawberries, flavor profile matches without length, but with good acid. Read more

Jean-Paul Brun refuses to use laboratory yeasts or add sugar to his wines - two practices that are very common in Beaujolais. His wines turn out li... Read more

Brunrsquo;s 2009 Fleurie mdash; based on purchased fruit mdash; displays remarkable depth and intrigue of mineral and animal nuances to accompany i... Read more

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05/18/2011

Bright garnet, aromas of cherry juju's and strawberries, flavor profile matches without length, but with good acid.

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/26/2010

Jean-Paul Brun refuses to use laboratory yeasts or add sugar to his wines - two practices that are very common in Beaujolais. His wines turn out light-bodied, juicy, and eminently quaffable: this one is brimming with red fruit.


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Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
01/04/2012

Brunrsquo;s 2009 Fleurie mdash; based on purchased fruit mdash; displays remarkable depth and intrigue of mineral and animal nuances to accompany its pristine evocation of diverse, ripe black fruits. Roasted meats, smoked meats, marrow, stone, and mineral salts; black tea and peat make for riveting complexity in a wine that is dense yet buoyant, richly-fruited yet vivacious, and positively vibratory in finish. This stupendous value should hold up well for at least 5ndash;6 years mdash; not that one would want to miss out on it in its glorious youth.


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Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

Vivid purple. Wild strawberry and raspberry aromas are complemented by notes of cinnamon, anise and dried rose. Juicy, penetrating red fruit flavors show a refreshing bitterness and turn spicier with air. Suave and precise Fleurie with excellent finishing clarity and tangy persistence.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
12/18/2010

A beautifully, dusty-mineraled Cru Gamay with vibrant acidity and subtle fruit. Still light and refreshing with rustic aspects and length on the end. A wine to be enjoyed now or held for years.


Winemaker's Notes:

RP 91, JG 93+

RP 91, JG 93+

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