A structured and supported wine from the small village of Morgon, which is one of Beaujolais’ most respected ‘Crus’. Ruby colour with notes of cherry and licorice. Silky, soft, long and thin.
The 2014 vintage was selected by Jancis Robinson for her FT article ‘Fine Reds at Fine Prices’ as one ”…the best-priced (not necessarily cheap) reds I tasted during the autumn tasting season in London this year”. We have now moved to the 2015 vintage – an even better year for Burgundy, making this a great bargain.
French still red wine from Beaujolais in Burgundy (Bourgogne) France, made with Gamay.
When visiting the Beaujolais, Jean Foly fell in love with an old and charming building in Régnié-Durette and saw the potential to start his own wine project. In 2006, he invested in Château de Durette and tripled the surface of the estate, adding some of the most prestigious appellations of the region. Helped by some very reliable oenologists, Jean now produces top quality wine under most Beaujolais cru AOC including Morgon, Régnié, Côte de Brouilly, Chénas, Juliénas and Moulint à Vent. View our selection.