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Marcel Lapierre was a pioneer of natural winemaking in Morgon

About Marcel Lapierre

Marcel Lapierre, a visionary winemaker from Beaujolais, was a key player in the natural wine movement of the 1980s. Along with fellow vignerons Guy Breton, Jean-Paul Thevenet, and Jean Foillard, Marcel, known as part of the "Gang of Four," sought to revive traditional winemaking practices, including the use of minimal pesticides, no chaptalization, and limited sulfur.

His approach to winemaking was greatly influenced by natural wine pioneer Jules Chauvet. Marcel's son Mathieu and daughter Camille now continue his legacy, having introduced biodynamic farming to the estate. The Lapierre wines are characterized by their juicy, persistent, and fresh flavors, resulting from late harvests that allow the grapes to fully ripen.

Don't miss out on the highly sought-after Cuvee Camille and Cuvee Marcel Lapierre, considered among the best Morgon has to offer.

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