Mee Godard Morgon Corcelette 2019
92 points -The Wine Advocate
"The 2019 Morgon Corcelette is also a real success, unwinding in the glass with notes of sweet berries, spices and loamy soil, framed by a subtle patina from a new foudre that will be used for this cuvée going forward. Medium to full-bodied, lively and perfumed, it's concentrated and serious, with a more reserved profile than the Grand Cras.
After training in Oregon and at Montepellier, Mee Godard established her own domaine in the Beaujolais in 2013. Organic conversion is underway in the vineyards, and in the winery, winemaking is resolutely classical: whole bunches are largely retained, and macerations last several weeks, with pump-overs and punch-downs adapted vintage by vintage. Maturation follows in concrete, foudre, demi-muids and barrels, depending on the cuvée. The result is pure, elegantly structured, traditionally styled wines, with the substance to age but also considerable upfront charm. What's more, each and every cuvée is beautifully differentiated by site. Everything reviewed here comes warmly recommended." -WK 08/2021