The 2019 Macon Serrieres Rouge from Greffet is 100% Gamay (unusual for a Burgundy apellation), has plenty of bright red fruits, and is soft with finely balanced acidity.
Domaine Ludovic Greffet is a small, 6.5 hectare, traditional estate situated in Solutre-Pouilly and is worked by hand by the 4th generation. The winery is modern, but the wines are traditional, mostly fermented in old oak foudres.
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