Morey-St-Denis January 1st, 2017


Too often described as intermediary between the structure of Gevrey and the grace of Chambolle, Morey deserves more recognition in its own right. The wines have a raw rather than refined silk thread to them, middleweight but with excellent structure. Some interesting whites too.

  • Grands Crus: Clos des Lambrays, Clos de Tart, Clos de la Roche, Clos St Denis
  • Other Vineyards: Faconnières, Millandes (red) Monts Luisants (white)
  • Producers: Arlaud, Dujac, Ponsot, Perrot-Minot, H Lignier, Lignier-Michelot

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