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The Morgon appellation was created on September 11th, 1936 and covers 1100 hectares, managed by 250 vignerons. Of all the Beaujolais Crus, Morgon displays perhaps the best ageing potential, whilst still representing good drinkability when young. The Cru is divided into 6 Climats which all face south to south east, and are from east to west: Grand Cras, Les Charmes, Cote du Py, Corcelette, Les Micouds and Douby. Behind the 1722 entrance, the Domaines Louis-Claude Desvignes’s Cellars unveil 8 centuries of continuous production of Morgon from estate vineyards, 5 ha of which are in the most celebrated Cru of Cote du Py (including some 100 year old vines in Javernieres), and 8 Ha in Douby. Today brother and sister, Louis-Benoit and Claude, together carry forward the familial traditions of the Domaine. The soils are crumbly, crystalline rich in iron oxides, with layers of manganese, schists and ancient volcanic rock. All the wines are vinified and aged in cement tanks, with the aim of accentuating the minerality of the wines of Morgon.
The Voute Saint-Vincent Morgon is sourced from a vineyard in the north of the appellation, in Douby, very close to the boundary with Fleurie producing fruity wines full of character.
AOC Morgon, Beaujolais
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The 2018 Morgon La Voute Saint Vincent bursts with aromas of cherries, blackberries, rose petals and licorice. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, fleshy and succulent, with fine structuring tannins and a pretty, charming profile that will ensure it numbers among the most immediate, head-turning renditions of this cuvée in recent years.