This wine comes from two First Growth plots within Morgeot, Les Brussonnes and Les Boirettes, both planted over 85 years ago. They lie between Abbaye de Morgeot and the Santenay commune border, giving very fine Pinots with small bunches and tiny, thick-skinned grapes. “I’m really surprised and content with these reds” says Marc-Antonin. Colour is rich, purple-ruby, aromas fresh and fine. On tasting, there is a striking, bright thread of fruitiness running through this wine, leading to amiable tannins and a fresh, appealingly long aftertaste (for drinking 2023-2030+).
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