Our partnerships with winegrowers and a careful selection process allow us to offer a constant quality from vintage to vintage.
A range of wines produced using sustainable viticulture.
Vinification and ageing with respect for the appellation and the typical characteristics of the terroirs
Founded by Claude Morin, winegrower in Nuits-Saint-Georges, Morin Père & Fils was established from the outset in 1822 in the heart of the finest Burgundy vineyards.
The origins of a great name
The name “Morin” owes its existence to the Moorish origins of the family. This great name has been a part of the history of Nuits-Saint-Georges since 1485, at the time when an ancestor of the family was in charge of the “salt duty” of the town.
In a more contemporary era, in 1934, Jean Morin was a founding Knight of the famous “Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin”.
For many years we have maintained close relationships with numerous winegrowers in Burgundy.
Our winemakers work every day to select exceptional parcels from our partner estates.
A style of wine that combines finesse, pleasure and refinement, the result of know-how carried on from generation to generation since 1822.
With passion and rigour, the wines are aged according to tradition. Each bottle is pampered for as long as it requires.
Between Auxerre and Mâcon area, the vineyard of Burgundy extends over only 28,841 hectares, and produces 84 "Appellations d’Origine Contrôlée" (controlled origin designation). Its wines belong to the most prestigious appellations in the world and are being crafted by women and men across six different wine regions. Our wines reflect those exceptional terroirs, located between hilly sights, monumental cliffs and sunbathed slopes.
The Beaujolais vineyard unfolds its countless hills on 55 km from South to North. Its leitmotif is "diversity" - both in the landscape with the crus in the northern area, the Beaujolais-Villages in the center and the Beaujolais mostly in the Southern area. These landscapes have in commun the gamay, a dark grape varietal with white juice. As to the wines, they prove to be surprisingly different as well, and full of sublety.
Every French wine which is not classified IGP or AOP (protected designation of origin) will be welcomed in the great family of "Vin de France" wines. This category offers a wide freedom of expression as it allows the exploration of both very renowned varietals in a original approch but also original, unknowkn and even ancient terroirs. This freedom of expression combined with the richness of terroirs across France and our know-how results in fruity wines, full of aromas and which will definetely surprise you.