Hailing from 60+ year old vines in the Douby climat in Morgon’s extreme northern limit bordering Fleurie, this wine is always quite juicy and floral, with a more open knit, inviting character. Its decomposed sandy soils always lend it some of its suavity and finesse, just a part of what makes it a perennial superstar value play. As an everyday house wine for the all things gourmand and gourmet, this is a case buy no brainer, and pretty much as good as it gets for the $. Value hounds, this is you….
“A mix from just under 5-hectares of various plots in the north of the appellation, the 2022 Morgon la Voûte Saint Vincent, has a perfumed nose of red cherries, kirsch, and tangerine scents. The palate is medium-bodied, harmonious and quite fleshy with very supple tannins and gentle grip. Mulberry and black cherries mix with white pepper towards the finish. This should drink well over 5-7 years. There will be one bottling of this.” 89 Neil Martin
“Offering up aromas of wild berry fruit, orange rind, plums and grilled meats, the 2019 Morgon La Voûte Saint-Vincent is medium to full-bodied, supple and enveloping, with a fleshy core of fruit, lively acids and melting tannins. Lively but gourmand, it’s the most charming, immediate wine in the Desvignes’ cellar.” 91 William Kelley for the 2019, NOT THE 2021 OFFERED HERE