Premier CruChassagne-Montrachet« Morgeot Clos Chareau »
Age of the vines
60 years (0.31 ha) and 22 years (0.05 ha)
Chassagne-Montrachet appellation has gone through a revival in the last decade benefiting from some fabulous red wines alongside with whites that are very mineral yet with a little more structure, body and intensity versus its noble neighbour Puligny Montrachet.
Morgeot Clos Chareau is a world-famous parcel with a soil composed of chalk on the upper crust while going toward more clay content when digging deeper. We have a southern eastern exposure and an altitude of 230m, our vines being located on a hillside vineyard with a good drainage and sun exposure. This parcel entails very old vines giving birth to wines with remarkable intensity and body.
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