Representing a tiny climate of 7,200 square metres, “En Motrot” meaning “little lump of earth” is situated between the church and Château de Gevrey-Chambertin, close to Clos Saint-Jacques and after La Combe Lavaux. Its soils are stony, deep and compact.
Au Vellé or “Au village” is situated right next to the church and Château de Gevrey-Chambertin. This climate, previously a clay quarry, is situated on a sleep slope facing directly east. At the bottom the soils are deep with some gravel and clay. At the top they are less fertile and peppered with smaller stones. Sometimes there is a bit of sand. Without a doubt this is one of the great climates among the AOC Villages.
En Motrot offers structure, matter and spicy perfume. En Vellé produces freshness and suppleness. The blend of the two climates produces a wine that is both solid and fruity alike.
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