"Chiroubles is an appellation for red wines made from the Gamay grape variety in northern Beaujolais. The cooler climate at these higher altitudes gives rise to a lighter, fresher style of red wine, often with floral and red fruit characters. In fact, Chiroubles is often described as being the most 'Beaujolais-like' of the ten individual cru."
"Morgon is one of the most important of the ten Beaujolais Cru, located on the slopes of the Beaujolais hills on the western side of the Saone river. The wines made here from the Gamay grape variety tend to be denser than those made in much of the rest of Beaujolais, often with cherry and dark fruit characters and a fleshy, juicy texture that is not common in Beaujolais wines. Morgon wines age so distinctively and consistently that the region's name is often used as a verb to describe this process: 'il morgonne'."