Question by  tara81 (6)

Where do Morgon wines come from?


Answer by  hartford (506)

Morgon wines come From France, specifically the Beaujolais area at the southern end of the Burgundy region. They are exclusively crafted in the region's VilliƩ-Morgon. This particularly robust wine gets it character from the Gamay grape and the unique volcanic soils of this area.


Answer by  Zaka (2315)

They come from the Beaujolais region in France. They are earthy wines that are meant to be drunk young. They are very underappreciated wines in the US market.


Answer by  johnd2010 (6)

Morgon wines come from France, specifically they are from the Beaujolais area. Morgon is the largest winemaker in that region. Morgon wine is noted for it's strong and robust flavors.


Answer by  serendip (408)

Morgon wines are from Morgon in the Beaujolais region of Eastern France. In the Beaujolais region, only Brouilly produces more wine.

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