Thomas Morey Chassagne-Montrachet 19
Thomas Morey is as much a part of Chassagne as the bell tower or the fields of vines — his family has lived in the village since 1643. Morey’s style is one of understatement. He picks early, oaks sparingly, and crafts Chassagne cuvées of tension and purity rather than opulence and showiness.
A blend of seven village parcels, each vinified separately – more minerality in some, more fruit in others. The final blend in the bottle is a lovely, well-integrated expression of Chassagne-Montrachet. A very expressive nose of ripe fruit and a beautifully round and balanced mouthfeel. Look for golden fruits and delicate citrus tension; Jasper Morris found both “significant volume of fruit” and “plenty of energy.” This wine drinks well young and ages beautifully too — we’ve yet to cellar a bottle long enough to witness its demise.
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