One acre of vines in the grand cru's lieu-dit, 'Les Mochamps,' which borders the “Route des Grands Crus.” Nearly half the family's vines were planted in 1978; the rest in 1990. This long-lived grand cru gets its name from the “mother rock” of Burgundy, pure limestone that runs underneath the most noble of Burgundy vineyards.
Domaine Arlaud is a reference point for natural Burgundy wines. Preserving the health and character of their vineyards is of utmost importance to this generations-deep biodynamic winemaking clan. For more than 20 years we’ve partnered with this family from Morey-SaintDenis, witnessing each vintage the ever-greater clarity of expression they have been able to achieve in each of their harmonious Burgundy wines. Today the Arlauds stand side-by-side with Burgundy’s most respected names. The estate holds both organic and biodynamic certifications, the very first to do so in Morey-Saint-Denis.