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Domaine Stephane Magnien

The domaine produces village and premier cru wines in Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny as well as 2 grand crus wines.


Domaine Stephane Magnien is located in Morey-Saint-Denis. The range is very exciting, with not only Morey-Saint-Denis Villages and 1er Cru but also some Chambolle-Musigny Villages, 1er Cru, a Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru and a Clos St Denis Grand Cru. There are also some regional appellations. A very complete range with 80% of the vineyards in the commune of Morey-Saint-Denis. Founded in 1847 by Victor Magnien, the domaine‟s holdings cover 4.5 hectares, with an average vine age of around 50 years. There is a high proportion of Pinot Tordu, a clone of Pinot Noir producing particularly small berries.

Stephane is the fourth generation to run the estate, the family having started to make wine at the beginning of the 1900s. The chai is in the family house, dating back from the 18th century. Jean Paul Magnien, Stephane‟s father, was the first to bottle the wines under the family name, rather than selling them to negociants. Stephane took over in 2008, which was his first solo vintage.

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