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Brouilly is the largest and furthest south of the Beaujolais crus. It has a good south eastern exposure, at the bottom of the Saône Valley at an altitude of 200 to 300 metres. The subsoil consists of granite debris and blue-tinged schist. This also ranked the full ‘5 stars’ in my abbreviated-for-iPad rating system! Immediately exuberant, with a diverse array of floral notes, there’s also some white pepper and crushed cherry notes. The palate, as with all of the Piron wines, is utterly pure and focused. So much great-value drinking in this. Patrick Walsh

There are ten crus in Beaujolais, and Brouilly is the biggest of them. Cherry pip, rose oil, white pepper dusted meat and raspberries. Light to medium bodied, distinctly mineral and fresh, shale-like tannin, offers a good volume of peppery red and blue fruits, despite being fleet of foot. Precise and dusted with spice on the finish. Lovely energetic wine. Great drinking. Alcohol : 12.5%; Price : $36; Drink : 2015 - 2018; Rated : 91 Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front


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