Located to the west of the hamlet of Morgon, in the southernmost part of the appellation, the vineyards cover gentle, south-east facing slopes at altitudes of between 350 and 400 metres. The highly eroded soil is very stony, giving this Morgon “Les Charmes” all of the fleshy fruitiness of the great Beaujolais wines, and rich, elegant expression typical of Burgundy wines.
Its nose is redolent of jam with nuances of spice and a discrete touch of smoke. It offers tannic structure and lovely fullness with a slight limestone profile. On the palate, this wine features exceptional volume, fleshiness and pleasing length.