Jean-Paul et Charly Thévenet Morgon Vieilles Vignes

Jean-Paul et Charly Thévenet Morgon Vieilles Vignes 2021

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Jean Paul et Charly Thévenet
France > Beaujolais > Morgon
This old vine Gamay is a great example of a wine from esteemed Beaujolais producers Jean-Paul and Charly Thevenet. This can be enjoyed young or is a great addition to a cellar collection.

A nose of cherries, pomegranates, coupled with a deep stoniness and a lively finish make this a quintessential Morgon.
Produced from the Gamay grape variety, on vines that are on average 70 year olds (including some vines that are over 100 years old!)
Jean-Paul Thevenet is one of the original legendary 'Gang of Four', alongside other Beaujolais luminaries, Guy Breton, Jean Foillard and Marcel Lapierre.
We recommend trying this alongside shoulder of lamb or a hearty venison stew.
This wine can be enjoyed young but has certain cellaring potential.  
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 13.0%
Vintage: 2021

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Jean Paul Et Charly Thévenet

Jean-Paul Thévenet is one of the Gang of Four of Beaujolais (the others being Guy Breton, Jean Foillard and Marcel Lapierre) and perhaps best embodies the "old school" qualities that these winemakers have championed. Thevenet works a plot of extremely old vines in the Morgon appellation. The average age of the vines is 70 years and they are cultivated organically... Read More >>