It is in 1120 that we find the first mention of Morey, sanctuary for Cistercian monks in the fourteenth century that probably had a lot of vineyards and even a winery already in 1306. The appellation extends to Chambolle-Musigny and Gevrey-Chambertin has about 148 hectares consisting of 80% red wines. The plot is situated in the village, next to "Les Blanchards".
The vines are planted on clay-limestone, rocky, brown medium fertility. The subsoil is composed of yellowish marl and is very stony, slightly more draining than "Les Blanchards".
A gourmet wine, ideal to accompany roasted poultry or red meats.
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