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Montrachet Grand Cru (1998) Morey Blanc

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The most famous Côte de Beaune “terroir” is named Montrachet because of the name of the hill “Mont Rachaz(t)” (= denued mountain). This appellation area is only 8 hectares. Its fullness and balance are unrivalled, it is the most magic wine in Burgundy. Usually spectacular in its youth, it can age during decades.

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    TypeWhite
    Vintage1998
    When to DrinkNow to 2030
    ProducerMorey-Blanc
    RegionCôte de Beaune
    AppellationMontrachet Grand Cru
    GrapesChardonnay
    ABV13.5%
    Volume75cl (Full Bottle)

    The Morey family has been working in the vineyard in Meursault since 1793. Domaine Pierre Morey was created in 1971, from the family domaine, and is still managed by Pierre Morey, a former manager of the Domaine Leflaive, assisted by his daughter Anne. The 11-hectare domaine is spread over the communes of Monthelie, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet and especially Meursault; it is worked using the biodynamic approach. Pierre Morey also created a small trading business in 1992, Morey-Blanc, where the cuvées are carefully selected. The quality of the terroirs and the talents of the wine grower produce outstanding white wines, widely recognised but also very fine red wines. The whites are one of the best of Burgundian hierarchy. Unfortunately, the quantities available are low, and the bottles very rare for connoisseurs around the world.

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    The most famous Côte de Beaune “terroir” is named Montrachet because of the name of the hill “Mont Rachaz(t)” (= denued mountain). This appellation area is only 8 hectares. Its fullness and balance are unrivalled, it is the most magic wine in Burgundy. Usually spectacular in its youth, it can age during decades.

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