I’ve done the harvest in Burgundy in the past, it is extremely hard work. Here is this year’s harvesting team from Domaine Dujac in Morey-St.-Denis.[image image_id=”2422″ size=”large”]
They don’t look as knackered as me when I was there. Here are some of the fruits of their labour, Clos de la Roche Grand Cru grapes.[image image_id=”2287″ size=”large”]
They look ripe and I cannot see any rot on them. The report is of a good harvest with slightly low acidity. The grapes were nice and ripe with low yields so this promises to be a good vintage from Dujac. Dujac is a great address in Morey and well worth trying if you see any.
Many thanks to winemaker and all-round good chap Jeremy Seysses for the pictures.