Grape variety : Gamay noir à jus blancMorgon Charme de Colette

Soil : Schist – glacial moraine

Aspect : South

Average vine age : 80 years old

Keeping : from 7 to 10 years


Manual harvest

 

 

Selective sorting of the harvested grapes before vatting on a sorting table, after thinning or ‘green harvest’ if necessary

The grapes for this wine come from a single plot ; A schist south facing slope. They are vinified using traditional Beaujolais methods, where the bunches are kept whole throughout vatting ; Vatting using gravity, de-vatting with a conveyor belt, pneumatic pressing. Maturing in cement vats before bottling.

This cuvée has a mineral touch, before moving on to really ripe red fruit.

Characteristic of the Les Charmes named area, this bottle will reach its peak after 4 to 5 years cellaring.

This Morgon is a great partner to :

- Coq au vin

- Game

- Matured cheese

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