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Vines Chardonnay (100 %)
Philosophy Biodynamic Wines

Color: Bright golden yellow.
Smell: The nose is intense, rich and complex with notes of yellow fruits, citrus, hints of aromatic herbs, mineral traces and sweet spices.
Taste: On the palate it is fresh, full-bodied and savory. A “little Meursault” that has all the advantages of its older brother in terms of structure and potential for maturation.
Food pairing: Perfect for first and second courses based on fish and shellfish.

Soil: Clayey-calcareous.
Extension of the vineyard: 1.76 ha.
Type of plant: Guyot and Cordon de Royat.
Vines density per hectare: 10,000.
Average age of the vineyard: 33 years.
Average production per hectare: 35 hl.
Vinification and aging: Pressing, spontaneous fermentation in oak pièces with frequent battonage and aging in the same for 18 months.
Total sulfur: 100 mg/l.
Bottles produced: 8,200.

Domaine Pierre Morey

Pierre Morey is considered the guru of Burgundy. The fame he has built is also given by the wealth of knowledge that he brings with him thanks to the several generations of winemakers in the family that precede him, who have lived in Meursault since 1793. In 1935, Pierre's father, Auguste Morey, became a sharecropper for the Domaine Des Comte Lafon, a legendary producer in the area. At the time, after the economic crisis of 1929, the situation of the wine industry was at an all-time low and vineyard owners had a lot of difficulty keeping their businesses running. It was at the end of 1971 that Pierre established the current Domaine, but before that time, all the wines produced by his family were sold under the Auguste Morey-Genelot label. Today, together with their daughter Anne, they are owners of nine hectares of vineyards located in the municipalities of Monthelie, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault.In biodynamic since 1997, it began in 1991 to return to natural cultivation and vinification after seeing the development of new diseases in the vineyards and the disappearance of snails (the famous "escargots bourguignons") in the same. Since 1992 the Morey family also owns a company like négociant, called Morey-Blanc, through which they buy grapes from third parties, taking care of the winemaking , bottling and marketing. It produces wines of finesse and complexity expressing the uniqueness of the great terroirs that have made Bourgogne famous all over the world: among the best wines produced are the "Volnay Santenots 1er Cru", the "Meursault Blanc Les Tessons" and the great Meursault Blanc Perrieres 1er Cru, all wines bearers of a great historical heritage and traditions.

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