Pierre-Henri Morel has a true passion for wine and the great terroirs from his native region, the Rhone Valley. He started to work with world-renowned winemaker Michel Chapoutier in 2000 and has been deeply involved in the management of the winery ever since. In 2007, Michel Chapoutier proposed a new venture to Pierre-Henri: they decided to join forces and purchase a vineyard in the prestigious “Pignan” area in Chateauneuf du Pape. This four-hectare vineyard features old Grenache vines. It offers truly outstanding terroir with the potential to make an extremely elegant Chateauneuf du Pape. Pierre-Henri is fascinated by the southern Rhone Valley and the amazing variety of its soils. A few other wines round out the line: Cotes du Rhone Villages “Laudun” and “Signargues”, from the right bank of the Rhone facing Chateauneuf du Pape, are outstanding values, and a Gigondas, made from plots located on high-altitude terraces made of alluvial soils that endow the wines with terrific freshness, balance and minerality. Pierre-Henri Morel wines are vinified and aged within the M. Chapoutier facilities with the utmost care and attention.
Dark ruby colour with aromas of strawberry, blackcurrant and blackberry with some peppery, garrigue spicy, herbal notes. Grainy yet supple tannins, bright acidity and elegant minerality match rich, intense black fruit with a long finish.