What the Critics say
The 2014 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot has a more backward, more malic bouquet than the Chenevottes with scents of wet granite and green apples. The palate is sharp and citric, not shrill at all, but quite penetrating in the mouth with crustacea towards the chalky finish. Again, this is a very attractive, very brilliantly executed Chassagne-Montrachet, one of the best you will find from Morgeot. Chapeau Alex! Drink: 2017-2032
Bernard Moreau is now working with his two sons, Alexandre and Benoît, who joined the domaine in 1995 and 1999. The estate produces wines from 13 different terroirs located around Chassagne-Montrachet. All the wines are made in order to truly express their terroir.
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