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Laurent Martray - Brouilly - Cuvée Loïs Rouge 2008


  • Country / Region: Beaujolais
  • Vintage: 2008
  • Name: AOP Brouilly
  • Grape variety: 100% Gamay
  • Alcohol: 13 vol.
  • Color: Red
  • Capacity: 75 cl


Les Meilleurs Vins de France 2010 (RVF) : 15.5/20

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Wine: The Brouilly cuvée Loïs 2008 instantly captivates us by its generosity and unparalleled crispness of fruit. The texture on the palate is superbly rich and juicy. With this amount of dense substance and notes of ripe burlat cherries, this wine is far removed from average Beaujolais standards and much closer to a Burgundy.

Vinification: Hand harvested, traditional vinification (no carbonic maceration), aging in cask.

Color: Sustained red colour

Nose: Intense on the nose, aromas of burlat cherry (black cherry).

Palate: Juicy, fruity and delicious on the palate, notes of red berries. Nicely powerful and crisp on entry

Temperature: Serve between 11 and 13°C

Food and wine pairing: Red meats, cold cuts, Beaujolais specialties.

Cellar aging: Enjoy up to and including 2013

Son of the manager at Château de la Chaize and brother to the highly regarded sommelier at the Albert Premier in Chamonix (2 Michelin stars), Laurent Matray is one of the appellations most ambitious and gifted wine producers. The vineyards are located on the Brouilly hill that overlooks the village of Odenas.