Morey-Saint-Denis Blanc

Of a surprising aromatic richness, this Chardonnay is an exception in Morey-Saint-Denis.


Location :The parcels are spread over two specific named vineyards
Surface area :0.1913 hectare
Age of vines :Planted from 1991 to the present day
Allowed yield :55 HL/Ha


Production :900 bottles /year
Characteristics :Colour : pale gold, brilliant and limpid.
Nose : citrus fruits, with some notes of pear and acacia blossom.
Palate : a strong first impression, notes of yellow fruits (apricot, peach), pleasant and fresh finish.
Keeping :Maturity from 2 years
Ageing potential: 3 to 5 years depending on vintage


In the XIIth century, Morey appeared on the map for the first time under the name of « Villa Muriaca ». The origin of the name, which reflects the Gallo-Roman past of the village, has not been determined. What is known with certitude is that Morey was intimately linked to the House of Vergy, under whose lordship it was.

Regarding the suffix « Saint-Denis », this was borrowed from the grand cru « Clos-Saint-Denis », chosen among the five grand crus in the village area. In this way, Morey became Morey-Saint-Denis in 1927.


Vines face the morning sun east, south-east, at 250m elevation. They sit on limestone soils with rock, marls, red silt and gravel. Our parcels are located in two specific named places:


Growing, vinification, ageing

From growing through to vinification, each process is balanced as a function of the vintage to create the best wines and preserve the typicity of terroir. Vinification of our Morey-Saint-Denis Blanc is without sulfites. Ageing is in oak barrels, with some in new oak.


An elegant nose marked by pear and acacia blossom and a well-balanced palate with great tension and magnificent body. The finish offers particularly pleasant buttery notes.

Our Morey-Saint-Denis Blanc, served at a temperature of 14-15°C, goes very well with seafood, fish dishes in sauce, terrines, white meats and cheeses.