Jean-Marc Burgaud Morgon Côte du Py 2020

£27.00

Jean-Marc Burgaud Morgon Côte du Py 2020

A cracking demonstration of the versatility of Gamay; though richly assertive with dark cherry and plum flavours and a long, savoury finish, the wine holds a fresh, mineral core.

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Jean-Marc Burgaud Morgon Côte du Py 2020

Country: France

Region: Beaujolais

Grape: Gamay

Volume: 75cl

ABV: 13%

Vintage: 2020

Suitable for Vegans: Yes 

Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes

Food pairing: A natural partner to confit duck, but don’t feel limited – try it alongside grilled pheasant, leaner cuts of lamb or ripe, mature cheeses.

Coming from a winemaking family, it was almost inevitable that Jean-Marc would set up his own estate, which he did in 1989 with his wife Christine. Their 19 hectares are divided between Morgon (13 hectares), Régnié (one hectare) and Beaujolais Villages (five hectares) and Jean-Marc believes that this is the maximum area he can cultivate while still producing the quality he is after.

The vines have an average age of 60 years, and are planted at high density (10,000 per hectare). Although not certified, he farms organically and all the work in the vineyard is done by hand.

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