Domaine Denis Mortet

Historically, Charles Mortet started in 1956 with one hectare of vines. When Denis took over in 1992, the estate consisted of 4.5 hectares in the communes of Gevrey-Chambertin, Chambolle-Musigny and Vougeot. In 1993, Denis and Laurence, his wife, took over an estate of 4 hectares including plots of Premier Cru Lavaux Saint-Jacques, village plots located in En Motrot, Au Vellé and En Champs and also a plot in Marsannay at a locality. The Longeroies. In 1997, they bought a plot located in En Combe du Dessus in Gevrey-Chambertin; in 1999 a plot of Chambertin Grand Cru and in 2000 a few plots including En Derée village and a few Premier Cru plots. Today, Laurence, Arnaud and Clémence work around a hundred plots on a vineyard stretching from Daix, on the Dijon plateau, to Vougeot.

To learn more about Domaine Denis Mortet, its history, viticulture practices, vineyards, growing season and winemaking practices, visit our Denis Mortet article.