Founded at the beginning of the century, the family enterprise has been handed down from father to son for more than three generations. Since his return to the domaine in January 2005, Mathieu Lapierre has perpetuated the tradition of natural wines initiated by his ancestors thus bringing his contribution to the development of the domaine.
In the heart of Beaujolais and the Morgon 'Cru,' the domaine's vines, cultivated organically since 1981, are an average age of 60 years old and spread over 13 hectares in Villié-Morgon area, 2 of which are in the Cote de Py. The cultural techniques put to work help preserve the soil's biology, at the same time as helping the vines take root deeply and absorb the oligo-elements necessary for the individuality and flavour of the 'Cru.'
The Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2015 is fruity, lush, and fresh.