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To give a clearer picture of where each of its cuvées come from, the MORGON appellation area has been divides
up into 6 «climat» or named vineyard since 1985. Each of these forms a homogenous entity in both terrain and
Morgon Les Charmes :
Southeast facing, at between 300 and 450 m above sea level on granitic arena soil, the wine is round and
bursting with aromas and flavours.
Morgon Corcelette :
At the north-western end of the appellation area, staggered from 300 to 400 m above sea level on soil that is
light granite on the surface. The wine combines red fruit and a purple-blue robe.
Morgon Côte du Py :
On the hill called Côte de Py, which peaks at 350 m above sea level. The eruptive origin and basalt rock in the
subsoil give this wine cherry aromas and flavours with spicy notes. This full-bodied wine boasts great ageing
Morgon Douby :
This climats backs on to Fleurie. A well-built, harmonious wine that is rich in fruit.
Morgon Grand Cras :
The vines grow at an average altitude of 260 m above sea level, on the south-southeast buttresses of Côte de Py.
This schit terroir gives full-bodied wine with kirsch notes.
Morgon Les Micouds :
This is the smallest of the climatsin si size. Facing the rising sun and quite early ripening, the grapes give an
alliance of finesse and really mellow tannins.
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