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Domaine Lafarge Vial Côte de Brouilly 2016

The 2016 Côte de Brouilly is a new addition to the Lafarge Vial range and it comes from a parcel just before you arrive at Château Thivin, the vines around 50 years old. It has a very serious and complex bouquet with mineral-driven dark berry fruit, perhaps more introspective compared to the Clos Vernay. The palate is very sensual and well defined with great poise, superbly structured with a succulent, fleshy finish that is very tempting. Excellent! Drink: 2018-2027 (Dec17)
90-92 points

Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate

 

Wine File
Producer:
Domaine Lafarge Vial
Country:
France
Region:
Beaujolais , Burgundy
Style:
Red Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Gamay
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
12.5%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Organic:
Yes
Biodynamic:
Yes
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
9.38
£34.50
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