‘Morgon Cuvée Corcelette’

Regular price $88
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  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Age Worthy
    Here for a good time *and* a long time!
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Certified Biodynamic
    Homeopathy for vines. A stringent certification that takes into account the entire ecosystem of the vines.
‘Morgon Cuvée Corcelette’

‘Morgon Cuvée Corcelette’

Regular price $88
/
  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Age Worthy
    Here for a good time *and* a long time!
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Certified Biodynamic
    Homeopathy for vines. A stringent certification that takes into account the entire ecosystem of the vines.
Iconic Beaujolais from legendary vigneron

Gamay, Beaujolais, France

If Morgon is the birthplace of natural wine, Foillard one of its founding fathers. Along with Lapierre, Thévenet and Breton in the mid-80s to early-90s, this legendary “Gang of Four” pioneered many practices used in natural wine today: old vines, minimal sulphites and no synthetic pesticides, chaptalization or filtration. Compared to the famed, volcanic vineyards of Côte du Py, the sub-appellation of Corcelette shows the l. . .

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Gamay, Beaujolais, France

If Morgon is the birthplace of natural wine, Foillard one of its founding fathers. Along with Lapierre, Thévenet and Breton in the mid-80s to early-90s, this legendary “Gang of Four” pioneered many practices used in natural wine today: old vines, minimal sulphites and no synthetic pesticides, chaptalization or filtration. Compared to the famed, volcanic vineyards of Côte du Py, the sub-appellation of Corcelette shows the lighter, rounder and more elegant side of Beaujolais. This is his second-oldest cuvée from 80 year old vines, fermented whole cluster for 3-4 weeks with 6-9 months in oak barrels. Opulent and romantic, tart like a good pout, mineral-driven like the glint of large, shiny stones, wild cherries and fine florals at the fore of yawning depth and concentration. There’s a brisk energy to this wine, a decorated but no-nonsense strut with a clarity and confidence that can’t be understated. So beautiful!


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Gamay, Beaujolais, France

If Morgon is the birthplace of natural wine, Foillard one of its founding fathers. Along with Lapierre, Thévenet and Breton in the mid-80s to early-90s, this legendary “Gang of Four” pioneere. . .

Read More

Gamay, Beaujolais, France

If Morgon is the birthplace of natural wine, Foillard one of its founding fathers. Along with Lapierre, Thévenet and Breton in the mid-80s to early-90s, this legendary “Gang of Four” pioneered many practices used in natural wine today: old vines, minimal sulphites and no synthetic pesticides, chaptalization or filtration. Compared to the famed, volcanic vineyards of Côte du Py, the sub-appellation of Corcelette shows the lighter, rounder and more elegant side of Beaujolais. This is his second-oldest cuvée from 80 year old vines, fermented whole cluster for 3-4 weeks with 6-9 months in oak barrels. Opulent and romantic, tart like a good pout, mineral-driven like the glint of large, shiny stones, wild cherries and fine florals at the fore of yawning depth and concentration. There’s a brisk energy to this wine, a decorated but no-nonsense strut with a clarity and confidence that can’t be understated. So beautiful!


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