As I wrote last year, this 13-hectare domaine produces some of the longest-lived and most serious wines in the Beaujolais. Old vines, cultivated soils, a late harvest and traditional winemaking with whole clusters, long macerations and a submerged cap are the rudiments of the approach. These are inky, saturated reds with plenty of character and structure, and the top cuvées will have no trouble evolving for two decades. The 2019 Morgon Les Impénitents is showing brilliantly, but that won't surprise followers of this cuvée that's routinely among the Beaujolais' finest and most age-worthy wines. Offering up a deep-pitched bouquet of blackberries, cassis and raspberries complemented by hints of smoked meats and peonies, it's medium to full-bodied, deep and multidimensional, with phenomenal concentration, lively acids and an elegantly muscular chassis of powdery tannin, concluding with a long and penetrating finish. 95+/100.