EFW Christophe Buission is a young vigneron trying to find his place in the sea of Burgundy. He is a detailed and passionate about his organic vineyards that are mostly located in Saint-Romain. His Chassagne Montrachet Morgeot is arguably his best white wine and while not from his hometown, it’s a welcome and healthy addition to his lineup. The vines here are 30+ years old, harvested by hand, fermented in cement eggs, and aged in 2 to 6-year-old oak barrels. This wine is accessible now, but has the structure for medium term aging. Aromas of stone fruits, white flowers, minerals, and saline jump from the glass. The palate has the Morgeot richness, but is buttressed by good, acidity, and lots of dry extract on the lingering finish. The example we tried a customer hand carried back from Burgundy for us. This is an spot on example of the Morgeot vineyard with very limited quantities, these are the only bottles available in the USA . This premier cru is priced lower then most village wines on today's market, a must try for the white Burgundy lover.