Soft wine with fresh red berries and pepper on the nose and palate. Some earthiness and chocolate in the background. Should pair nicely with seared duck breasts. — 6 months ago
Rose petal, strawberry, raspberry, ripe berries, bright acidity, soft tannin. — 3 years ago
It’s Gamay season y’all!
To put it best, simply and true, this wine is lovely. My experience with Beaujolais with age is somewhat limited as I find myself crushing most of it young before it ever has a chance. A major hole in my cellar. My go-to post-shift drink, Gamay just always finds a way to deliver and Morgon has been my first love within the appellation. Tannins are soft and refined, fruit is pure yet still dark and curious on the palette. This is the closet I think I can come to drinking a glass of fallen leaves and the flavors of autumn. Enjoyed with a roasted Delicata squash as a mid-afternoon pause to enjoy the season in front of me.
— 2 years ago