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    The soil here is a little stonier, and the bright red fruits and puntuated with an energetic mineality. The fruit is high toned yet intense and the finish long and cultured. Very complete.

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    Good and bad news here. Great wine but no volume! Just 4 barrels made (1200 bottles) but it is very lovely. Delightfully inviting savoury aromas, excellent concentration and Morey character. Structured and intense. Drink from 2017

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    This is perhaps the most backward and most masculine of the three village wines, although the mild reduction slightly exaggerates this element. Firm red fruits and some Morey spice all suggest a very promising future. Drink from 2017

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    It’s a shame Romain has so little of this as it’s always good and this 2014 is particularly good. Again the tannins are really stylish and ripe with excellent control and focus. Plenty of zip and buzz to liven up the intense fruit character. A really lovely village. Drink from 2019.

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    This is Romain’s smallest village holding in terms of hectares but certainly not in terms of stature. Lots small berries have ensured terrific intensity of fruit with strong nutmeg and spice character throughout. Plenty of juice and structure on the finish. Drink from 2020.

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    This is a really pretty wine with understated structure and quite delicate red berry fruits and a touch of spice. Controlled, pure, and nice punch. Drink from 2019.

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    This is very harmonious and together with hints of earth, spice, red fruit and briar. Pretty but not light and very elegant.

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    Chezeaux is a Latin word that was once used in the Gallo-Roman period as a name for a home in stones. The namein the vineyards of Echezeaux and Grands-Echezeaux.. The Arlaud holding of Chezeaux is 0.71 hectares and it produces around 4,400 bottles.

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    This vineyard borders Gevrey and it always gives a gentle nod to the character of its neighbour. A decade ago this cuvee tended towards the rustic but in recent vintages it has exuded finesse and control and this is another cracker. Textured, fragrant and intense. Top notch. Drink from 2019

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    Chaffots sits just above the Grand Crus of Clos St-Denis and Clos de Roche on very rocky soil. This wine really reflect its terroir, being an impressive mix of fresh minerality and wild spice. Drink from 2020.

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    Chaffots sits just above the Grands Crus of Clos St-Denis and Clos de la Roche on very rocky soil. In 2015 Mark was able to go with 70% whole bunch and although the wine appears a little lighter in colour, the weight, breadth and complexity are extremely impressive. The site has great exposure and is generally the first vineyard that Mark picks. Just 5 barrels made (1 new). Drink from 2020.

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    Faconnieres sits just below Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, which seems great place to sit. It`s one of the very plots of Morey outside of the Grands Crus. There are a lot old vines here but they are blended with a much younger parcel, which perks them up no end. Fine tannins and great balance. Really good Morey. Drink from 2018

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    This is one of Morey’s finest 1ers Crus and this shows a lovely balance and drive with red and blue fruits interlaced with spice. Controlled, nicely textured and a cool, bright youthful dynamic. Drink from 2019.

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    Millandes lies right in the middle of the village and is very much a classic style Morey. There is weight but it is not overpowering, there is fragrance but it`s not too girly. Godo wine and further evidence of the progress this cuvee has made in recent vintages. Drink from 2018

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    Riotte is one of the best of Morey`s numerous but often unknown 1ers Crus. It sits in the heart of the village and tends to be a perfect expression of the character of the appellation. This 2002 still shows some youth but there is plenty of spicy, red fruit character throughout and a consistency and harmony that runs from start to finish. Drink from 2015

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    Riotte lies in the heart of Morey, just below the village itself. This 2011 is quite structured and earthy with a little spice and plenty of punch. Drink from 2016

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    This is a little cracker, wonderfully Morey in style with some exotic spices jostling for position with notes of earth and dark fruits. Well structured and very harmonious. Drink from 2017

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    The vines here are 55 years old and Riotte, which lies in the heart of the village, is one of the best plots in Morey. This is incredibly Morey with lots of spice and fruit intensity. Well structured and lots of scope. Drink from 2018.

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    Just as you would expect from this vineyard and this domaine this is wonderfully Morey in style. A real mix of earthiness and wild spice with the emphasis on dark red fruits and plenty of flesh. Good freshness runs through the spine and there is lovely length. Drink from 2021.

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    Riotte lies right in the heart of Morey, just below the village itself. It comes as little surprise that this is a great expression of Morey with lots of spice and earthy red fruits. This is very elegant and still incredibly youthful and dynamic. Delicious. Drink from 2015

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    This is a juicy, fruit driven Morey with all sorts of forest berry fruit and subtle earthy undertones. Drink from 2011

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    Like most 1ers Crus Moreys Riotte lacks the recognition it deserves, sitting above Clos de la Roche as it does. This has weight and power and plenty of structure and will need time to mellow and mature. Drink from 2023.

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    Renamed in honour of her late husband, this old vine cuvée is made from juice from the 1ers Crus of Les Faconnières and Les Chenevery and it is both a mighty wine and a worthy hommage. Some old vine gameyness come through but also a lithe, vibrant fruit quality coupled with depth and complexity. Layered and long. Lovely. Drink from 2015

  • At this stage the differences between the two wines is less marked than it will be in five years time but even now some of the aromas and flavours are different. Some of the vines here are 100 years old, with most around 80. There are aromas of strawberry creams and dark chocolate yet also a hint of game. The texture is terrific and and very cultured and the tannins are wonderful. Is is better? Hard to say, it’s just different. Both are awesome village wines. Drink from 2014

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    Faconnieres sits just below Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, which seems great place to sit. It`s one of the very plots of Morey outside of the Grands Crus. There are a lot old vines here but they are blended with a much younger parcel, which perks them up no end. Fine tannins and great balance. Really good Morey. Drink from 2018

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    This is one of Morey’s finest 1ers Crus and this shows a lovely balance and drive with red and blue fruits interlaced with spice. Controlled, nicely textured and a cool, bright youthful dynamic. Drink from 2019.

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    Clos Solon sits below the 1ers Crus in the middle of the village and in the right hands should produce that is very Morey in style. As there are nothing wrong with Cyprien`s hands this is a fine example. Good spice and weight but with an underlying prettiness that enchants. Drink from 2018

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    The soil here is white sand and quartz and the vines are eighty years old and planted, south facing, at high density. These factors have produced a wine of overt intensity, yet dynamic vitality and freshness with great length and potential. Drink from 2019.

  • This is a stunner. The wine is so concentrated that there is not a hint of oak, it has eaten it all for breakfast. Didiers is a great vineyard and monopole of the Hospice and this cuvée comes from a parcel of very old vines. Terrific density and weight. awesome. Drink from 2020

  • We can`t buy enough Les-St-Georges! This is a powerful wine of real structure and density, just what a Les-st-Georges should be .Powerful, rich and long. Drink from 2021