The Morey-Saint-Denis appellation is a French AOC that produces Burgundy wines. Exposed to the east on hillsides culminating at around 2,501 meters above sea level, the so-called "village appellation" includes a vineyard of 97 hectares, 42 hectares of which are devoted to the production of Burgundy Premier Crus.
Despite its surface area, the Morey-Saint-Denis vineyard produces 20 premiers crus of Burgundy. It is also one of the best-endowed communes in Burgundy Grands Crus with: Bonnes-Mares, Clos de la Roche, Clos de Tart, Clos des Lambrays and Clos Saint Denis which are located in the commune.
Morey-Saint-Denis mainly produces red wines made from Pinot Noir, but also white wines made from Chardonnay. Red wines have an average aging potential, they require 3 to 15 years before opening a bottle. The white wines themselves are of weak guard. We estimate only 2 to 4 years.