91 points, Burghound |
About the Wine
91 points, Burghound
“Unusually for Morgeot, this too is cool, airy and pure with its essence of green apple, sort citrus and elegant floral wisps. The bigger and richer flavors are not quite as racy though there is better power and volume to the delicious and notably dry finish that exhibits very good depth and persistence. This is an elegant Morgeot.”
About The Winery
The history of the Morey family in Chassagne-Montrachet dates back to the middle of the 17th century. Claude Morey, a native of Paris l'Hôpital, a small commune of Saône-et-Loire lying some six miles from Chassagne-Montrachet, arrived in the village in 1643. He and his numerous descendants worked in the vineyards or as coopers. It wasn't until the end of the 19th century that vine growing became their principal activity. Since then, generation has followed generation, acquiring by inheritance or purchase, plots of vineyards or fallow land and passing these on to their descendants. Today, the domaine has evolved considerably from what it was in the days of Thomas Morey's grandparents. Thomas Morey belongs to the 10th generation of the Morey family. He grew up familiar with his grandparents' holdings and then worked for 12 years on that of his parents. In 2006, he and his wife Sylvie decided to set up their own domaine together. Thus the Thomas Morey domaine put its name to its first vintage in 2007, crafting elegant, lively, mineral, rich, silky and appealing wines ever since.