Morin Blanc de Blanc NV
Colour: pale yellow colour, beautiful and fine bubbles.
Nose: white fruit aromas (peach, pear), slight floral note.
Palate: lively attack with an elegant, fresh and light palate.
Morin Pinot Gris
Barely cultivated in France, this Pinot Gris was selected in Languedoc and more precisely in the department of Aude.
Color: A very nice gold color and a nice shine
Nose: This wine brings aromas of exotic fruits, like banana, and flowers from the fields
Palate: The mouth is ample and generous with these notes of exotic fruits and citrus like lemon. Creamy and oily at the end of the mouth. Great finesse, a very elegant wine.
Located in the north of Burgundy, in Yonne department, the appellation stretches over 3,400 hectares around 20 communes covering the hillsides along the Serein river.
Colour: Light gold with sometimes green hues.
Nose: Fresh, lively and mineral. We can find intense aromas of fruits (white-fleshed or citrus), flowers (acacia), butter or spices.
Palate: Dry with a perfect finest. A unique personality easily recognizable
Morin DUC Rose
The area of production of the Rosé Grand Duc spreads over the Languedoc and the Lubéron regions in the South of France. The vineyard is very old and dates back to the Antiquity. It belongs to the southern part of the Rhône Valley and offers a large diversity of soils: stoney, gravely and sandy, round stones of red clay.
Color: Light salmon
Bouquet: Mild and fruity with red currant aromas
Palate : tender, supple and light.
Morin DUC Rouge
The Red Vin de Table GRAND DUC Rouge comes in part from the RhôneValley and also from the Audearea, in the South of France. These large vineyards are located in small valleys, plains and terraces and offer a large diversity of soils.
Color: Red robe, intense
Bouquet: Black fruits with blackcurrant aromas
Palate: Full, supple and pleasant wine with soft tannins
Morin Pinot Noir
The Bourgogne (red Burgundy) region appellation is harvested throughout the Burgundy wine growing area, covering approximately 2,000hectares.
Colour: a bright, clear, cherry red.
Nose: characteristic Pinot Noir bouquet, very fruity (blackcurrant, cherry, blackberry) with notes of lime flowers and mint.
Palate: full-bodied, round, astonishingly fruity and slightly woody. Persistent, firm, harmonious and well-balanced with a liquorice finish.
As in the rest of Burgundy, the name of a wine is nearly always that of a place: a general region, village, or specific vineyard within the village. The Beaujolais region is just north of the ancient Roman capital of Gaul: Lyon.
Colour: The purplish-red reveals perfectly its Gamay origins.
Bouquet: Aromas of soft fruits, especially cherry.
Palate: Fruity flavours, smooth and delicate, balancing finesse and body, Beaujolais-Villages demonstrates perfectly its proximity to the "crus".