Thibault Morey has vineyards that surround Montrachet, and while he don’t have a plot in the mightiest white grand cru of them all, he has many top-level appellations in his portfolio.
Thibault has two – no, three – plots located very close to the promised land. One is Chassagne-Montrachet Les Blanchots Dessus, just a few metres south of Dominique Lafon’s Montrachet. The second is Chassagne-Montrachet Dent de Chien, located only metres above Montrachet. Then there is his Bâtard-Montrachet, located a wall- and road-width below Domaine Leflaive’s holding in the mythical vineyard.
The Morey-Coffinet estate
Domaine Morey-Coffinet was established in 1978 by Michel Morey, the son of Marc Morey of Domaine Marc Morey, the estate founded by Marc’s father Fernand just after the First World War.
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