Jacques Seysses singlehanded transformed Morey Saint-Denis into hallowed ground for die-hard Burgundy lovers since the 19070s when he first released his wine. It is unusual to find whites from the Côte de Nuits, and even more rare to find a Dujac white. The domaine is perhaps one of the truest expressions of a terroir in the whole of Burgundy due to the minimal intervention in the vineyard and sustainable culture developed by the Seysses family. Indeed, that is some statement, but wait until you try it!
2014 has done well for this Chardonnay, forming Chablisienne characteristics; elegant minerality, and a tight but well rounded structure from a vintage that started relatievly badly but shone throughout harvest. Drinking perfectly now, but it will keep for 10 years further!