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Jean Marc Burgaud Morgon Cote du Py 2013

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This is the typical climate of the appellation Morgon by the soil of the hill of Py-rich blue stone: shale, decomposed rock, iron oxide and manganese. The vines face south, and produce a tannic structured wine very colored with aromas of black fruit (blackberries, cherries). The long maceration of whole grapes gives a powerful wine that matures with age. Bottled in the spring, you will know wait for it expresses its power. Great wine, this is the flagship of the operation, especially since it represents the majority.

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Domaine Jean-Marc Burgaud:
I’m stated my job in 1989, after obtaining my diploma in oenology and wine-growing. My estate is located in the tiny village of Morgon in the heart of Beaujolais crus. I’m working on 19 hectares with 3 guaranteed vintage of red wines, (Beaujolais villages 5 hectares; Régnié 1 hectare; Morgon 13 hectares) Born into a family of generations of wine growers, my passion is reflected in your glass... Read more
I’m stated my job in 1989, after obtaining my diploma in oenology and wine-growing. My estate is located in the tiny village of Morgon in the heart of Beaujolais crus. I’m working on 19 hectares with 3 guaranteed vintage of red wines, (Beaujolais villages 5 hectares; Régnié 1 hectare; Morgon 13 hectares) Born into a family of generations of wine growers, my passion is reflected in your glass when you taste these typical wines produced from my vineyards. The ancient art of wine-growing, the grape picking by hand and the traditional vinification allow us to offer, year after year wines appreciated by connaisseurs. The « gamay noir a jus Blanc » is the single variety of vine, for all red wines. Read less

This is the typical climate of the appellation Morgon by the soil of the hill of Py-rich blue stone: shale, decomposed rock, iron oxide and manganese. The vines face south, and produce a tannic structured wine very colored with aromas of black fruit (blackberries, cherries). The long maceration of whole grapes gives a powerful wine that matures with age. Bottled in the spring, you will know wait for it expresses its power. Great wine, this is the flagship of the operation, especially since it represents the majority.

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