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"The 2017 Morey-Saint-Denis "Trilogie" hails from three lieux-dits, this year working out at around 60% Chenevery, 30% Porroux and 15% Clos Solon, and it was vinified with 25% whole cluster. Offering up aromas of sweet berries, cassis, licorice, cinnamon and chocolate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and layered with a rich but lively core of fruit and fine but chalky structuring tannins. As usual, it's one of the finest renditions of the appellation."
"As the name of his wine suggests, Laurent Lignier gets his fruit from three different parcels - Les Porroux, Clos Solon and Les Chenevery - to make a super village cuvée. Stylish and well balanced, it's made with 25% stems and 20% new wood. It's wonderfully scented and pure with a long, sappy finish."
What Rosenthal Wine Merchant has to say about this wine...
Morey-Saint-Denis “Trilogie”: “Trilogie” is produced from small holdings of very old plantings in three different Morey-Saint-Denis lieux-dits: “Chenevery,” “Clos Solon,” and “Porroux,” with vines planted between 1936 and 1972. This impressive villages-level wine is denser and more concentrated than the “Tres Girard” above, showing a more classically savory Morey character and a highly attractive sappiness of fruit, as well as a expressive nose. Although it is relatively generous and open-knit, it should reward a few years of cellaring as well.