Coudert Pere et Fils 2002 Clos de la Roilette (Fleurie)

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Unlike the candied aromas exhibited by some Beaujolais, this boasts a seriously vinous nose, with cherries and herbs and a hint of smoke or rock dust. To further distinguish it from ordinary Beaujolais, it's fairly full-bodied and shows tea-like tannins on the finish. Joe Czerwinski

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