The Morgeot vineyard is known for its broad-shouldered wines, often the most rich and unctuous of the crus of Chassagne. In this case, Pillot’s vines are located within the most renowned sector of Morgeot known as “Les Fairendes”. This quarter-hectare parcel planted in 1970 benefits from that most favorable of positions to produce a wine that, while large-scaled, has a finesse and presence that elevates it above it's more rustic colleagues.
A natural winemaking approach is followed with minimal intervention. Native / natural yeasts are used and fermentation is spontaneous. The wine is unfiltered and estate bottled. Practicing organic farming.
This villages Meursault offers notes of stewed lemon, almonds, white flowers and baked bread. The palate is smooth and velvety without any heaviness, with hints of warm spice. This is classic Burgundian character offering power without coming across heavy.
This alpine wine from the Dolomites is a brilliant straw yellow with expressive aromas of flowers with subtle spice notes. There is trademark freshness along with a supple mouthfeel and a dry mineral-like finish. Sustainable farming. Certified organic.
Made from 100% white Grenache grown at a high altitude from 100+ year old vines (planted in 1915). This dry white exhibits lots of quince, honeysuckle, white currant and lemon blossom notes. Fresh, medium-bodied and elegant. A lovely white that...