And intense, zippy wine sporting that characteristic bubblegum aroma of Gamay. We find it rather classy. Mee Godard's Village is round and fruit forward. A tangle of ripe wild raspberry, strawberry and blackberry is discernible in the flavour, followed by a sharp, fresh aftertaste.
A youthful wine with immense potential. Your nose is immediately greeted by a slight reductive air, followed by a rush of violets and oak. The flavor is round, ripe, sumptuous and jammy. Only a slight touch of spiciness.
Mee Godard is known for her modern, precise wines, made possible thanks to her relentless drive, imagination and a tough, perfectionist approach. And Côte du Py is no exception. This profound, complex wine has rich floral bouquet with sumptuous notes of plum and blackberry. Velvety and textured on the palate, with a vibrant acidity and fine tannins, the wine has a lasting finish and cannot but leave an enduring impression.