Dujac Morey Saint Denis 1er Cru 2014
Domaine Dujac are a relatively young domaine in Burgundy, set up in 1967. These days they are considered one of the great domaines of Burgundy, and it’s annoyingly difficult to get hold of their wines. Their style is for elegance, finesse and charm instead of alcohol and tannic structure. Not to be confused with Dujac Pere et Fils which is the negociant side of the business —the Domaine Dujac wines are made solely from their own grapes.
Wine Advocate: "It has quite an intense bouquet with signs of some whole bunch addition but backed with plenty of dark red fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with good body and substance, well-judged acidity, perhaps with the whole bunch defining the wine more than the terroir at this early juncture, although that will not always be the case. Give this time in bottle if you want the birthplace of this wine to express itself. Dujac lovers should have some of this in their cellars—very, very impressive."
Grape: Pinot Noir