|Article number:||Vignobles Bulliat Moulin-a-Vent|
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Moulin-à-Vent, if not the outright king of the Beaujolais crus in terms of intensity, is certainly a contender. The affable Gamay shows its sterner side here, often without the softening impact of carbonic maceration. This example combines the classic juiciness and berryish perfume that draws many wine lovers to the best and brightest crus of Beaujolais with a spicy, oak-infused potpourri and a firmness that interestingly and impressively recalls youthful Nebbiolo. Rich, powerful, and racy. A deep garnet robe of black currant, cinnamon, pear, and blackberry give way to supple tannins.