Château Coudert Pelletan

Domaine Coudert

Brouilly Gamay 2021

Red currant, Fresh cherries, Small herbal rosemary clove note.
Very juicy palate. Grenadine, raspberry, cherry sweets m. Fresh and very digestible wine with character, substance and charm. Love this domaine.
— 6 months ago

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Domaine Coudert

Cuvée Christie Fleurie Gamay

A bit jammy but not overly so
Red fruit on the nose and palate
Not tannic and soft silky body
— 5 years ago


Domaine de la Chapelle des Bois Chiroubles Gamay

Really light Beaujolais which we drank chilled with burgers. It was perfect for a summer evening. I would probably like it less with short ribs in winter. — 9 years ago

Clos De La Roilette

Clos de la Roilette Griffe du Marquis Fleurie Gamay 2011

Francis Wilden

11 Coudert Fleurie "Griffe": cx sauvage red and blk fruit nose, w a hint of pine/menthol; medium intense dark fruit flavours , solidly constructed yet lively. Long, crisp, interesting to see this evolve. — 10 years ago

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Château Coudert Pelletan

Saint-Émilion Gran Cru Merlot Cabernet Franc 2008

Right in its drinking window. Nice fruit, relaxed tannins. Label says 14% alcohol, but I would’ve guessed 13.5 or so. — 8 months ago

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Clos De La Roilette

Clos de la Roilette Fleurie Gamay 2018

Delectable Wine

The Coudert family makes cellar-worthy Fleurie that’s also delicious on the young side. The 2018 shows the expressive dark fruit of the vintage, but there’s real finesse on display as well. Enjoy it now with grilled chicken or through fall and winter with Coq au Vin or mushroom-centric dishes. $25.00 (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, September 2019) — 5 years ago

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Château Haut-Pelletan

Bordeaux Sec Bordeaux Contrôlée Sauvignon Blanc 2013

At wine tasting (prp)Good. Grapefruit. Depending on price I would buy for a deck night. — 9 years ago

PM Spirits

'Hommage a Yves & Jean-Noel Pelletan' Cognac

Subtle and scotch-like in some respects, but nevertheless giving with strong scents of grape skin, wood spice, and white raisin. A bonkers proposition, not only was this Cognac aged in a handmade single cask by the Pelletans, the brandies that went into it are a blend of vintages ranging from 1925-1965 exclusively making this undoubtedly one of the rarest bottlings you could hope to get your hands on. Bottled at natural cask strength and with zero additives or artificial ingredients. Surprisingly pointed in its attack for something this old, but with the complexity and character you'd expect. — 3 years ago

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Bernard Magrez

Château Coudert-Mauvezin Red Bordeaux Blend 2012

부드럽고 맛있네!! 난 좀 맑은걸 좋아하나...? — 8 years ago