58 hectares in total, more expansive than the Clos de Vougeot. It is the wine growing hillside’s largest 1er Cru and covers no less than 21 different ”lieux-dits” (areas) which are sometimes individual and sometimes grouped together under the Morgeot appellation.
Sustainable methods. The soils are worked and tilled mechanically.
Characterized by its finesse, this wine is quite reserved in its youth. It develops a mineral structure and powerful, round palate after a few years in the bottle. Full and rich with plenty of freshness and a long, lingering finish.
Taste it fresh at around 12 ° -13 ° C to get the most out of its organoleptic potential.