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Domaine Mee Godard - Moulin à Vent "Michelon" 2017

Domaine Mee Godard - Moulin à Vent "Michelon" 2017

$75.00

This Moulin à Vent "Michelon" is a reference, complex, powerful and structured.

Domaine Mee Godard allows us a glimpse of the future of the Beaujolais region at its best. It’s a small Domaine of six hectares of vineyards, mostly located in the sumptuous Morgon. The uncompromising attitude established by Mee, coupled with very old vines across the estate (60 years of age on average) produces state of the art, profound, complex wines with lots of character.

The vineyard is located on the sandy soil in the commune of Chenas. Not so wide, but faintly spiced and deep with dark fruit. A different shape, fuller, rounder, more melting fruit – a similar mineral style to the others in the range – but melting with delicious flavour. A very great finish of width and delicious flavour. It can be paired with game, charcoaled rib eye, charcuterie and a cow cheese. It will benefit being decanted for 35 minutes before serving and it can be kept up until 2027+. Please serve in big Pinot Noir glasses. 100% Gamay.

"Coming Soon."

At Domaine Mee Godard, the vineyard is grown with the utmost care; organically and with the goal of using biodynamic practices as soon as the vineyard is ready. The yields are kept very low in order to increase concentration and capture each of the very different soil types available across Morgon. A high proportion of the bunch is used (50%) and the must undergoes a long maceration to infuse nicely. Fermentation is made in concrete tanks and, once finished, the wine undergoes a second fermentation and maturation in oak barrels for about 10 months for this vintage. The wines are then bottled without filtration.

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"Coming Soon."

Technical notes

At Domaine Mee Godard, the vineyard is grown with the utmost care; organically and with the goal of using biodynamic practices as soon as the vineyard is ready. The yields are kept very low in order to increase concentration and capture each of the very different soil types available across Morgon. A high proportion of the bunch is used (50%) and the must undergoes a long maceration to infuse nicely. Fermentation is made in concrete tanks and, once finished, the wine undergoes a second fermentation and maturation in oak barrels for about 10 months for this vintage. The wines are then bottled without filtration.