The fate of the wines of Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny merge, to the point that the Grand Cru, the Bonnes Mares, extend over the two villages. Countries of transition for the Côte de Nuits, these great wines combine power and finesse. If the wines of Chambolle-Musigny are particularly elegant and subtle, those of Morey-Saint-Denis combine strength and delicacy.
What would Saint Vincent 2024 be without its highlight: tasting the great wines of Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny?
In the spring of 2019, around twenty enthusiasts and professionals came together in a Wine Commission to solicit bottle donations. Nearly 70 estates, present in the two villages, will therefore offer their regional, village, premier cru and grand cru appellations, and this, since the 2017 vintage. In parallel, two cuvées, Cuvée Morey-Saint-Denis, and Cuvée Chambolle-Musigny, both from the harvest of grapes from several winegrowers of the 2022 vintage, are specially aged for Saint Vincent 2024. They will only be tasted during the festive weekend.


A tailor-made glass was born from the collaboration between the Association of Saint Vincent Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny and the Lehmann house which is a French brand of tasting glass based in Reims.
Our Saint Vincent is placed under the sign of Arts and Wine. This is why we discussed at length with Lehmann to develop the glass that would best accompany our wines and our theme. We have therefore created a unique and original glass for our Saint Vincent. We have also developed a specific box of 6 glasses featuring the Saint Vincent 2024 logo.

The glass called "Saint Vincent 2024" has a unique design made of harmonious curves that will enhance the color and aromas of the wines from our two villages. The particularity of this lens is the creation of optical dimensions, 36 exactly, which will make it possible to accurately transcribe the dynamics of this 80th edition.

This glass will be a "collector" glass because after our Saint Vincent Tournante, it will never be marketed again!



« It's winter, it's cold, the sky is gray, the mist covers the landscape with dark green hues of the grass and brown of the plots of vines.
But on this very special weekend, two lights appear in the center of the image. These are the respective Saint-Vincents of Chambolle-Musigny and Morey-Saint-Denis. Thanks to the warmth of their clothes and their divine luminosity, they manage to illuminate the sky which was however gray and sad at the start. They both overlook their respective villages like protectors, a glass in their hands and a smile on their lips. »
If we look more closely at the Saints, they are represented as we know them in the form of a statue. One is dark with a beard and beautiful golden clothes and the other is blond with red and gold colored clothes. They proudly display on top of their heads the church they represent. Namely the Sainte-Barbe church for Chambolle-Musigny and Notre-Dame for Morey-Saint-Denis. 
The spiritual aspect of this event is highlighted by the halo around their head and the forearm holding their glass, which is transparent to remind us that they remain invisible to us, but indeed present to protect vineyard workers. 
The wine side of the poster stands out thanks to their hair, which is replaced by bunches of grapes associated with vine leaves and by various touches hidden throughout the decor.
The theme of the Saint-Vincent Tournante this year is: the arts and wine. He is therefore represented by sculptures of grapes and bottles in the lower villages, a book of songs on wine, carried by the Saint-Vincent on the right, a paintbrush behind the ear of the Saint-Vincent on the left, which at the passage after painting the churches, his book and the sculptures, left a mark on his cheek.
Finally, it is not only the churches that have been represented, but also certain buildings of the two villages. Can you recognize them?