First mentioned as far back as 1120, fourteenth century Morey was a place of asylum for Cistercian monks who appeared to have possessed numerous vineyards and even a winery by 1306. The word Charmes refers to old fields laying fallow and its meaning is therefore "stubble". The plot is located on the border between Morey-Saint-Denis and Gevrey-Chambertin, below "Clos de la Roche" and alongside "Mazoyères-Chambertin", both Grands Crus.
"Les Charmes" rely on a light soil and give flattering and distinguished wines.
A Premier Cru which is appreciated with pheasant of the woodcock or of the refined cheeses.
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