It is on the granitic and shaly slopes of Morgon appellation in the Beaujolais region, that the wines of Château Grange Cochard have been crafted since the 18th century.
The grape for all the three wines is 100% Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc, the traditional variety of the region, and all three are exclusively appellation Morgon.
We only use grapes grown from our own vineyard and everything is done by hand on the estate within a few hundred metres of the chateau.
The great majority of our vines are over 40 years old although many have been growing for almost a century. These mature vines give us low yields of high quality small grapes bursting with structure, flavour and elegant tannins which allow us to make our wines.
Our healthy wine cellar allows us to work the most natural way possible so we rely on spontaneous fermentation by the indigenous yeasts to support the expression of the terroir.