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About This Wine
The young Armand Heitz directs this small but growing domaine whose range of reds will continue to expand over the next few years, in fact the Morgeot is the latest addition. With respect to the 2017 vintage, Heitz noted that “after avoiding another potential frost-related disaster we enjoyed a pretty easy and warm growing season. The harvest arrived early as we began picking the Chevalier-Montrachet on the 27th of August and then attacked the rest of the range. Yields were quite good for the pinot but not so much for the chardonnay as there was quite a bit of shatter during the flowering. As to the wines, I like the reds and I really like the whites and both should age well.” I have to agree with Heitz as he has fashioned some lovely whites that should amply reward mid-term cellaring. He noted that they were bottled in September 2018 after having been lightly fined and filtered. The level of free SO2 was around 35 ppm with 800 to 900 mg of CO2.