• Village and regional appellations

    Morey Saint-Denis 2013


    • Tasting

    • Ageing

    • Maturing

    • Vinification

    • Vines

    • Situation
    • A very round wine that opens up easily and is really quite charming, even. Could that be the influence of the terroirs of Chambolle-Musigny, not far away?

    • A very round wine that opens up easily and is really quite charming, even. Could that be the influence of the terroirs of Chambolle-Musigny, not far away?

    • Relatively delicate, with no brutality and discreet, as far as new oak is concerned. It wouldn't take much to lose the elegance and upset the balance of this wine.

    • Careful sorting of the harvest is necessary; given the natural softness of the wine, the extraction of the grapes can be taken a little further. They react well to this treatment.

    • The vines are middle-aged but productive, nonetheless, tending to give quite big grapes. A great deal of vigilance is called for, but it is rewarded, as the ripening is excellent.

    • There are two plots, one situated ‘en Chenevery” and the other "au Clos Solon”, two lieux-dits in the centre of the village, just below the premiers crus. An excellent situation, therefore, for a village appellation: Morey shares with Gevrey the characteristic of having plots classified as village appellations on the eastern side of the D974, although that's not the case for us.