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.
Silky and refined Grand Cras comes from a small parcel at the foot of Côtes du Py and is yet another eloquent testament to Mee’s great talent. This wine has a rich aroma of blackberries, plums and blackcurrants which resounds gracefully in the flavour, where you’ll also discover that characteristic herbal or spicy bite.