Villa Ponciago, Morgon ‘Les Pierres Bleues’ 2016

21.95

Fragrant on the nose with aromas of black fruit, violets and a touch of liquorice.

Red Wine

France

About This Wine...

Deep colour with garnet nuances. Fragrant on the nose with aromas of black fruit, violets and a touch of liquorice.
A harmonious balance of structure and length on the palate.

Gamay, black varietal with white juice. Vines grown on slopes. Soil of decomposed rocks, a mixture of blue schist and ancient igneous-type rocks, the appellation’s characteristic terroir.  Traditional Gobelet pruning.

Serving temperature: 14°C to 15°C
Food and wine pairing: pies, poultry in sauce dishes, meats roasted in their juice, soft cheeses
Ageing potential: 5 years and more

A reincarnation of the historic Chateau Poncié, Villa Ponciago is a 49 hectare property which has been lovingly brought back to
life by the Henriot family. Dating back to 949AD, the estate’s history is interwoven with that of the region. The old Chateau
Poncié was regularly regarded as the producer of the highest quality Fleurie, with prices routinely matching those of Grand Crus Burgundy. Today the Villa Ponciago name has been chosen to reflect the Roman roots of the property and signal the birth of a new benchmark within Fleurie.

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