The perfect gift for that someone special.
2019 Patrice Béguet Go Together Rouge:
Cherry, plum, black pepper. The Gamay fruit really comes through here with lifted carbonic florals and zippy acid. Very juicy and drinkable but also quite structured and serious. 50% Gamay from the Loire, 40% Grenache from Mont Vontoux and 10% Trousseau from the Jura. All from organic fruit, indigenous yeast ferments, no filtration or sulphites.
2019 La Tangente VDF 'L'Excuse':
Strawberry fruit over rocks. Sauvage edge. Deep forest herbs and berries, but all very elevated. Blueberry skins in the background. Fresh and light in the mouth, with a dark rocky mineral core that slides through the middle of the clean fruit. Easy drinking, but finely detailed and linear. The Gamay lifts it. Slightly sour rim – rhubarb and cranberry acidity that is tart and makes the mouth water – and makes you go back for more. Very fine tannins. 50% Gamay, 50% Cinsault. The Gamay is from 35 year old vines grown on granite in Saint-Etienne des Oullieres (Beaujolais), and the Cinsault is from 6 year old vines grown on clay and limestone in Sardan (Gard). Zero sulfur.
2017 Les Petites Mises Rouge:
Rich and concentrated on the nose with some dark fruits and some sour red fruit notes also. The palate is bright with a hint of ginger spice and a decent whack of tannin. Rouge is a blend of Carignan, Syrah and a dash of Macabeu (5%). Vineyards are just to the northwest of Beziers in the Languedoc region of Southern France. Made with zero additions.
If that doesn't sound incredible then Je mourrai seu.