- The village of Morey may still be in the shadow of its more famous neighbors, Chambolle and Gevrey, yet there are some real treasures to be discovered.
- Such a vineyard is the Premier Cru Clos Sorbé, whose Pinot Noir vines are planted right in the middle of the village, on a gentle slope facing east.
GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir
FOOD PAIRINGS: When young, it is a perfect accompaniment to red meat, roasted or in sauces. Older, game and venison are particularly recommended. Tasted blind, Clos Sorbé is, more often than not, taken for one of its neighboring Grand Crus. Even if it does not belong to this highest ranking, there is no question that it amply deserves more recognition.
TASTING NOTES: “A really great wine, appreciated by the Burgundy connoisseur for the diversity of its aromas and flavors.It has a beautiful ruby color, a seductive nose dominated by aromas of wild cherry and spice, evolving towards leather. A certain chewiness in the mouth, with fine and noble tannins providing the structure. Ample and fruity aftertaste”. – Véronique Boss-Drouhin