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Domaine Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2016

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Country/State: France
Varietal: Gamay
Sub-Region: Morgon
Region: Burgundy
Color: Red
New low price! Regular Vin Chicago retail - $65.99!
90 Wine Advocate (8/31/2017) "The 2016 Morgon with sulfur includes 2.8 grams per liter this year. The bouquet is similar to the Non-Sulphité version, perhaps with the fruit a little darker with a touch of blood orange. The palate is very well balanced with a rounded texture, the acidity lending tension and sharing the purity of the Non-Sulphité version on a harmonious finish, with just a hint of spice lingering on the aftertaste."
93 Vinous, Josh Raynolds (3/2018) "Brilliant ruby-red. A highly perfumed bouquet evokes fresh red berries, cherry pit, smoky minerals and candied flowers. Offers sappy, sharply focused raspberry, bitter cherry and lavender flavors that show very good depth and pick up a hint of five-spice powder with air. Fine-grained tannins give shape to a very long, mineral-accented finish that shows excellent clarity and incisive cut. This bottling gets a sulfur addition and its back label has the letter "S" on the left-hand side."
91 Our Score (11/2017) The 2016 Lapierre is totally classic. It starts with lovely red florals, including rose and lilac, and continues with plenty of earth, rock, inviting wild raspberry, black cherry and raspberry aromas. In the mouth, the wine is silky with a soft texture and a granite-like rocky grip. As expected, the charming front-of-mouth chew finishes with serious mineral tension. Elegant and approachable, this is more immediately drinkable than the intensely powerful 2015 vintage, offering more high pitched energy. This super-classic, category leading Morgon will be a perfect addition to the Thanksgiving table, and will be a great accompaniment with roast chicken and any kind of pork dish.
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