This is a natural wine without added yeasts and with very little, or no added sulphites. This leads to wines with great purity of fruit but might also lead to more outspoken aromas. Beware that this style might be different from what you are used to when drinking conventional wines.
|Producent||Domaine Mathieu & Camille Lapierre|
|Appelatie||France | Beaujolais | Morgon ||
The irreplaceable and virtually irrepressible Marcel Lapierre succumbed to unrelenting melanoma just after the 2010 harvest was completed and will be sorely missed among us. His son Mathieu – who had been assuming an increasingly important role at the domaine in recent years – has admirably advanced their labors in this vintage, resulting in wines that display the levity and “digestabilite” as well as textural caress and subtle complexity that one has long associated with the crafts of this domaine. Lapierre picked from September 20 through the first week in October and achieved normal crop levels. Mathieu Lapierre might refine his father’s methods but it seems unlikely that he will deviate from them in fundamental ways, and he believes that “we in Beaujolais are in danger of losing our vinous identity” thanks in part to the ambitions of growers who take their inspiration and methods from the Cote d’Or.
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