“Domaine Calot’s high-altitude vineyards in the village of Villié-Morgon are rooted in pure granite and boast some incredibly old plantings (vieilles vignes), some exceeding 100 years of age. Vincent Calot took over the Domaine when his uncle, Jean, the estate’s long-time head, passed away in 2015. All the wines are hand-harvested and fermented on indigenous yeasts in stainless steel. Aging takes place in a combination of used, larger oak foudre and used barriques sourced from Burgundy. They are bottled unfined and unfiltered, producing some of the most consistent, transparent, and well-structured expressions of old-vine Gamay you’ll find. The wines offer amazing value despite the ever-rising fortunes of Morgon.”
– BBR London

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