Bill Hooper wrote:I've been a fan of Brun for a few years now (especially the Beaujolais Blanc) and haven't had any bad bottles. I also think that these days good Beaujolais is longer lived than in the past, when village and even some crus were best consumed within a year of being bottled. Does it taste tired? The 2005's might be better, but hopefully it's just a case of bottle shock.
David M. Bueker wrote:My first bottle showed just as you describe for the first 24 hours. ... Every bottle since has been much more integrated and showed stronger fruit ...
Jenise wrote:I'm with Bill and David--sounds like classic travel shock. No flaws, just not all there. For sure there's just no way you would have drunk the wine we enjoyed here and not gone as gaga over it as we did. I've got four more--nanny nanny poo poo!
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