The Beaujolais wine region is located at the bottom of Burgundy, and Morgon is smack in the middle of the best winemaking villages in Beaujolais. It should come as no surprise that the adjective most used with these wines is “Burgundian.”
This bottle offers up plenty of Burgundian qualities. Notes of burnt sage and earth open into fresh berry flavors, exotic white fruit, and crushed wildflowers. The acid and tannic structure make this an exceptional food wine.