Fleurie and Morgon: Greatness if Not Gravitas
Cecilia Bodin de Moraes

Wines of The Times It's no secret that the Beaujolais region is not what it was. But what it was depends on how far back you want to go. For much of its commercial life, Beaujolais was known as the ultimate vin de soif, that is, fresh, delicious, thirst-quenching wine to be guzzled by the pitcherful.