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Morey-Saint-Denis, Burgundy, France

Clos de Tart

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Past Releases

2019 Vintage
June 22, 2021

2018 Vintage
July 9, 2020

2017 Vintage
August 13, 2019

2016 Vintage
July 10, 2018

2015 Vintage
June 15, 2017

This is a first class estate producing one of the very best of Burgundy's Grand Cru wines.

Clive Coates

There are no secrets or magic tricks. Low yields, late harvesting for greater ripeness, more intensity, maximum quality control and a philosophy of winemaking according to the strictest laws of purity are key to greatness in wines that don’t have to wait to be consumed.

Former Régisseur Sylvain Pitiot

About Clos de Tart

The Clos de Tart was founded in 1141 by the Tart Abbey Bernardine sisters, a branch of the nearby Cistercian congregation. It comprises a single plot of land covering 7.53 hectares of vines located on the Morey-Saint-Denis terroir in the Côte de Nuits. Since its creation, this Clos has never been parcelled out and it is presently the largest Grand Cru classified property with a single owner in all of Burgundy.

In 1791, the Clos de Tart was purchased by the Marey-Monge family, and then in the 1900s by the Mommessin family. It was subsequently acquired in 2017 by the Artémis Group, which also owns such prestigious wine properties as Château Latour, Château Grillet, Eisele Vineyard and Domaine d’Eugénie.

New owner François Pinault has maintained the estate’s commitment to traditional farming and vinification, producing wines of the utmost quality that are a benchmark for Grand Cru red Burgundy. For those seeking Burgundy of the utmost quality, rarity and consistency, there is no better choice than Clos de Tart.

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Region: Morey-Saint-Denis, Burgundy

Year Founded: 1141

Name Of Proprietor: Artémis Group

Name Of Winemaker: Jacques Devauges

Offer Schedule: Fall

Cultivated Area: 7.53 hectares monopole

Topography: East-south-east facing slopes

Soil Type: Clay limestone

Annual Production: 22,000 bottles

Varieties Cultivated: Pinot Noir


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