When he was only 25 years old, Charly Thevenet (son of Jean-Paul Thevenet in Morgon), obtained three acres of his own in Regnié. The 2007 bottling is his first limited release. From a 1.5 hectare plot of 70 year-old vines in the process of being converted to Biodynamic agriculture, the wine is made in the Lapierre style, with little or no sulfur dioxide. The vines are an old version of Gamay, not modern clones.
Cherry and violet aromatics. On the palate, tangy and ripe bing cherry with plum, raspberry and wet stone. Medium bodied, with crisp and bright acidity.
150 cases produced. 13% alcohol. Imported by Kermit Lynch. This was good, but not as captivating as the Morgon Cuvée Corcelette Vieille Vigne 2007.