94 points John Gilman, View from the Cellar
"Purchased fruit, which the family harvests themselves. These vines are fifty years of age and the 2020 comes in at also at 14.5 percent octane this year, but the wine is laser-like and fresh as a daisy and shows absolutely no signs of sur maturité. The wine is beautifully pure on the nose, wafting from the glass in a mix of pomegranate, sweet cranberries, cherries, gamebird, a 116 beautifully complex base of soil tones, vinesmoke, peonies and a topnote of fresh thyme. On the palate the wine is precise, full-bodied and mineral driven, with a sappy core of red fruit, great focus and grip, ripe, buried tannins and a long, tangy and complex finish. The backend energy here is simply outstanding. The wine will deserve at least eight to ten years in the cellar to really start hitting on all cylinders, but it is going to be stellar! 2028-2065+. r. Ten years down the road this wine will really be reaching its apogee of peak drinkability, but it seems likely that it will be too tempting in its youth to not see many bottles gobbled down in the coming few years. Great young Morgon! 2026-2065+"
93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"Aromas of cherries, raspberries, sweet spices and peonies introduce the 2020 Morgon Corcelette, a medium to full-bodied, concentrated and especially enveloping wine that's sensual and lively, with bright acids and ripe, powdery tannins. This high-altitude cuvée, produced from purchased grapes, is very successful this year."
Vinous Reverie Notes
This bottling is from the celebrated climat of Corcelette. They harvest the fruit by hand from a 0.8-hectare plot of 50-year-old vines on sandy pink granite soils on a south-facing slope (represented by dark swatch on the gorgeous label) in the western part of Corcelette near the border of the climat of St. Joseph.