Origin: There are numerous parcels in Burgundy that refer to a white or
lighter colored soil.
Terroir: The vineyards face east-southeast at an altitude of 250m (820 feet),
with limestone soils. This Parcel is situated in the centre of the village.
Viticulture, vinification, barrel aging: From the vineyard to the winery, each operation is adapted to the vintage to make the best wines possible and to fully express the parcels’ terroir. 33% of new oak barrels are used for the aging process.
Tasting: Aromas of small red and black fruits, and most notably blackcurrants. Good balance between the fruit, acidity and tannins. A structured wine that also offers plenty of fruit. Good length and with a very pleasant finish.
The Morey-Saint-Denis 1er Cru Les Blanchards, is best served at 16°C, and pairs wonderfully with meat dishes and aged cheeses.