A selection of grapes from different parcels lies behind this wine. With its dense texture contrasted with crisp acidity, it is fruity and has a dry core. Aged on its lees, the wine has a chewy character that will need to soften. Drink from late 2018.
One in a series of small-batch production wines from this major producer, this comes from the top vineyard of Côte du Py. The bold tannins and strong mineral texture are typical of this vineyard. Combined with black plum and berry fruits, the wine becomes rich, dense and worthy of aging. Drink from 2019.
Cellar Selection. A powerful core of wood aging makes this a dry, solid wine that has excellent aging potential. Black cherries and spice contrast with the rich structure. From one of the top sectors of Morgon, the wine will be best drunk from 2019.
A warm and luscious chardonnay, this is full of buttered-toast flavors, melding oak and lees into the sweet orchard fruit. It's broad and a little rustic, with green tea and ripe peach notes, an ample wine to please lovers of oaky chardonnay.