Collection: Domaine Spotlight: Domaine Des Bruyeres

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  • Domaine Des Bruyeres Julienas 2018
    $18.00
    Red wine. Beaujolais, France. 100% Gamay. "The Juliénas “les Capitans” from Domaine des Bruyeres is produced from one hundred year-old vines! The wine is fermented in the traditional, semi-carbonic style of the region, with indigenous yeasts and raised in cement vats prior to bottling. The 2018 les Capitans from Monsieur Durand is pretty ripe at fourteen percent octane, but also offers up fine purity in its aromatic blend of black cherries, sweet cranberries, bonfire, lovely spice tones, gamebird and a superb base of soil. On the palate the wine is bright, full-bodied and succulent, with good soil signature, a fine core and a long, vibrant and complex finish. There is just a touch of dried fruit elements on the backend of the palate, which is the only sign that it hails from the warm summer of 2018, as the wine impressively transparent and light on its feet. Good juice." —90 Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #85 (January/February 2020)
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  • Domaine Des Bruyeres Moulin-a-Vent 2019
    $20.00

    Red wine. Beaujolais, France. 100% Gamay. An impressively concentrated cuvée with tones of ripe cherry and strawberry alongside accents of yeast. Elegantly structured on the palate, with medium acidity and tannins, and loads of ripe red fruit.

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  • Domaine Des Bruyeres Chenas 2019
    $19.00

    Red wine. Beaujolais, France. 100% Gamay. Vivid ruby. Fresh red berries and pungent flowers on the perfumed nose, along with a slowly emerging peppery nuance. Lively and focused on the palate, showing very good lift to its redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors. Finishes bright and nervy, with repeating red fruit character, gentle tannins and strong, tangy persistence.

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  • Domaine Des Bruyeres Julienas 2019
    $19.00

    Red wine. Beaujolais, France. 100% Gamay. A wine with impressive refinement and bounce for its broad-shouldered style. On the nose, an intoxicating blend of cherry, plum, earth, and spice. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, deep, and complex, with ripe tannins, lovely acidity, and a classy, lengthy finish.

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