Morgon "Les Aiguais"

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France  Beaujolais 

For her Morgon and Brouilly, Jocelyne Depardon focuses on expressing the fruit in the Gamay - and succeeds.

Features Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan
Style Red, Still, Dry, Single Variety
Varieties
  • Alpine Wines Varieties: Gamay
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Morgon "Les Aiguais" 2011 75cl cl
£17.44

The Morgon is more berry compote (whereas the Brouilly is more fresh berries) with well balanced tannins. A lovely wine to share around a meal with friends.

Deep granite red with minerals and cooked red fruit on the nose. A palate dominated by jammy cooked red and black fruit, this has excellent body, smooth tannins and very good length. Will keep several years. More of a food wine.

In 2011 the "berry compote" has accents of fruits in liquor and a vibrant note of wild strawberry.

In 2009 (sold out) the accents were more towards black fruit, blackberry and black cherry.

Ben says of the 2011 (April 2018): Whilst my inclination is to go into overly rhapsodic expressions of joy, I will settle for happily endorsing the earlier notes above! It is lovely and, while it can be enjoyed alone, does cry out for food.

Style Red, Still, Dry, Single Variety
Winemaker Domaine du Point du Jour
Country France
Region Beaujolais
Features Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan
Varieties Gamay
Ripeness Normal
2011
Product Code 33112016
Size 75cl
Alcohol 12.5
Last Tasted 3 Apr 2018
Keep Until 2022
Case Size 6
Stock Levels 26 at London Warehouse
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