I've been blazing up the 2009 Cru Boujelais recently as you may remember. Recently, I tried another 2009 from Daniel Bouland, the Corcelette from Morgon. Morgon, one of the Grand Cru vineyards in the Beaujolais appellation, produces earthy wines that can take on a Burgundian character of silky texture after five or more years of aging. These wines are generally the deepest color and most rich Cru Beaujolais usually featuring a mix of powerful dark fruit and iron and meat.
The Bouland Corcelette was full of meaty and dark black raspberry flavors. It was earthy and funky with lip-smacking fruit that is young and crisp. Another winner in 2009 Cru Boo.
I bought this wine locally at Tower on Piedmont for $19.99.