The appellation takes its name from the town of Villié Morgon in northern Beaujolais and is the most widespread of the vineyards. At Château de Corcelles, the wine owes its nobility to nature’s gift of an exceptional terroir of granite mixed with schist. It has the freshness of a Beaujolais, the elegance of a Cru, and the strength of a Morgon.
On the nose, mineral and earthy notes fade into dark fruit. The attack is frank and elegant. This is a wine of character to be cellared.