Saint Amour, Beaujolais

Isabelle & Bruno Perraud

Morgon Grand Cru Gamay 2019

Lars K

Også helt suveræn. Lidt mere krop/fylde end Saint Amour. Glider lige ned. Gamay din tanninfrie lusker, danser uden bukser — 6 days ago

Domaine des Billards (Barbet)

Saint-Amour Gamay 2019

There’s a delicate purity to the fruit profile here. A one trick pony, but it does the one trick well. — 2 months ago

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Cave Saint Cyr

Pet Nat Beaujolais Gamay Rosé

Bready, excellent mouthfeel, dry — 3 months ago

Conner Massey
with Conner

Château des Bachelards

Comtesse de Vazeilles Saint amour Gamay 2016

$30 invino but lt is labeled as $60 , very good. Kristina really enjoyed it. Would purchase again. She said online it is listed at $34 — a month ago

Domaine la Grange Saint André

Le Marmot Cinsault

Lovely NV red from the Languedoc. Fresh red berries, peppery, light and perfect with a chill for your backyard grill. Similar to a Beaujolais. — 16 days ago

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Georges Descombes

Vieilles Vignes Cuvée Saint-Amour Gamay 2016

Very candied, floral and crunchy. Best enjoyed soonish I think and lacked a little bit of depth but a nice bottle and easy drinking — 3 months ago

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Domaine du Vissoux / Pierre-Marie Chermette

Les Champs-Grillés Saint Amour Gamay 2018

Super smooth; plummy with a juicy finish. Great beaujolais! — 3 months ago

Famille Dutraive

Clos du Chapitre Saint-Amour Gamay 2018


Fantastic Beaujolais. Only complaint is the red wax they dip the top of the wine in crumbles everywhere when you are trying to chisel it away. Sweet cherries on the nose. Booming acidity. Another find from the cellar that I don’t even remember buying. Thoroughly going to enjoy this while the sleet hammers the windows while watching the Masters. — a month ago

with Jeni
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Daniel Bloom

Daniel Bloom

@Ted Nice find! As for the wax, I go straight through w a waiters friend.


@Daniel Bloom thanks for the advice👍. Will try when I come across another of those buggers.

Domaine Diochon

Cuvée Vieilles Vignes Moulin-à-Vent Gamay 2020

Presented double-blind. In the glass, the wine is a deep ruby, bordering purple color with medium viscosity and a transparent core with a slightly watery rim. Some rather significant staining of the tears. On the nose, dark fruits dominate with some purple flowers and the slightest hint of baking space. On the palate, some rather significant tannin which I would place at medium+. Acid is also medium+. The wines comes across quite primary and I find myself rather conflicted. Based on the evidence, I’m leaning towards Norther Rhone…from a new-age producer in Saint Joseph…but it’s missing the rotundone and deli meats that I would normally associate with Syrah. Never the less, I stuck with my gut and called Saint Joseph 2018. I didn’t even consider Moulin-à-Vent but it makes so much more sense! I would love to try this wine after 2027. Those who are patient will be rewarded handsomely. — 2 months ago

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