Dominique Piron Morgon Grand Cras 2018Dominique Piron
Coming from the estate located below the Cote du Py, named Grands Cras. Something rounder than the Cote du Py due to its composition in which a greater alluvial component intervenes. A wine of pleasure.
Coming from the estate located below the Cote du Py, named Grands Cras. Something rounder than the Cote du Py due to its composition in which a greater alluvial component intervenes. A wine of pleasure. Dominique is like his wines: restless, vibrant but at the same time with a seriousness that defines not only his personality but his determination both in the vineyard and in the winery. He firmly believes in the richness of the different Crus and in the difference that the different terroirs suppose in the different interpretations of the range and that vinifies separately. From the richness of the body of the Morgon Cote du Py, to the impressive minerality of its Chenas Quartz, Dominique Piron wines are displayed in a panoply of commendable styles . The presentations of its wines are very careful, with good bottles and beautiful youthful and friendly labels as only fifty years as Dominique can be.
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- Dominique Piron
- 75 cl
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- AOC Morgon
- Tipo de Viticultura
- Tipo de Uva
Morgon, 69910 Villie-Morgon, Francia
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