Type of Wine: White
Country: Burgundy, France
Region: Chassagne-Montrache, Burgundy
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5%
Wine Rating: 90-93 Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy Tasting Notes
Tasting Nose: There's a whiff of toast and ripe peach and nectarine fruits. It is full and sappy, drawing into a fresh closure of lemon and mineral. Good shape and persistence.
Palate: The delicate citrus flavours of the wine are enhanced by a fuller palate and more robust body. With an aroma from start to finish, this white provides great freshness that lasts for quite some time after drinking it down smooth on your tongue! About the Winery: Arrived in Chassagne in 1643, Claude Morey, originally from Paris the Hospital (small village of Saône & Loire) exercises the trades of winemaker, cooper, and barrel maker. Over the decades, generations succeeded one another and acquired vines, moors, wasteland and arable land. It was not until the 19th century that the profession of winegrower became the only activity. Today, Thomas Morey, representing the tenth generation, operates 13 hectares of vines spread over seven villages.