Type: Red Wine
Though Daniel Bouland only has four hectares of vines in Morgon, he has some of the choicest plots and plenty of old vines. His parcel in the lieu à dit of Delys was planted in 1926, making these vines just a year younger than his vines in Corcelette, but here, the soils produce a much more red fruity example of Morgon than in Corcelette.
This is a beautiful and classic bottle of Morgon, with aromas of cherries, pomegranate, raw cocoa, and fresh herb tones. On the palate, the wine is deep, full-bodied and flawlessly balanced, with a solid core of fruit, ripe tannins, and stunning complexity on the long finish.