2018 Foillard Morgon Côte du Py Magnums
Foillard is one of the legends of Beaujolais, and magnums of his Côte du Py always disappear quickly.
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For the simple reason that the grape variety here provides no context for what these wines are. We don’t believe there are any precedents for these wines.
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