Julien Guillot, whose winery in Burgundy is called 'Clos des Vignes du Maynes,' due to the medieval monastic history his vineyards has (the heart of the plots have over 1000 years of being under vine). This wine, however, comes from a village and vineyard site farther afield, in the Beaujolais village of Morgon. Guillot's style is quite natural, and his wines require patience to unfold: this is not goofy, fruity Beaujolais, but Gamay of structure and of intensity at its core. Either cellar for a few years or decant for a few hours before drinking. Perfect fall wine.