Categorized | Beaujolais, France, other reds

Claude Goeffray Vignes d’Ecussol Gamay Noir 2016

First label with a different label for Chateau Thivin, and with a screwcap! What ho!

Spicy scents, red cherry, whiff of tomato leaf, cherry cola. An inviting start. Juicy and gently sweet to taste yet inherently refreshing, vibrant and generally just joyous. Has a cool finish, a touch minty, lovely and gentle. Drinkability is righteous.

Importer : Heart & Soil



Tasted : JAN19
Alcohol : 13%
Price : $40
Closure : Screwcap


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