Marcel Lapierre Morgon 'Cuvee Camille' 2014

One-fourth of Kermit Lynch’s renowned ‘Gang of Four,’ Marcel Lapierre has been pioneering the natural wine movement in Beaujolais since the 1980s. Fruit for ‘Cuvée Camille’ comes from a small one hectare plot in Morgon, from vines ranging 50-75 years in age. Old vines give way to naturally low yields, giving way to concentrated, healthy fruit. Succulent and silky, the wine is perfect with veggie burgers, charcuterie, and cold hors d’oeuvres.
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The purplish grapey red of Beaujolais lately taken more seriously as a wine that punches above its weight. Perfectly fruity and yet in certain villages imbued with a stony mineral core.
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Burgundy, France

The most revered, fetishized wine region on earth and the spiritual home of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Reaching from Chablis down to Beaujolais, it sits on a limestone outcropping in central France.