Located in the Côte de Nuits, the wines of Morey St. Denis are often overshadowed by its neighbors; Gevrey-Chambertin to its north and Chambolle-Musigny to the south. But the wines in fact may be a middle ground between the two; rich, fruity, yet structured and tart, with just a touch of the barnyard. It is home to four Grand Crus in their entirety and a small portion of a fifth. The westernmost stripe, highest on the slope, contains its Grand Cru vineyards, which include such well-known names as Bonnes Marres, Clos de la Roche and Clos de Tart. The middle ground, in elevation and in reputation, houses most of Morey's Premier Cru vineyards. Because its vineyards (largely excepting the Grand Crus) are not as well-known, prices remain relatively reasonable considering the quality in the bottles.