This vineyard lies in Morey-Saint-Denis and is the only appellation in the Domain which is not part of the commune of Gevrey-Chambertin.
The vines grow on limestone and calcareous-clay soils from the mid-jurassic period. Barely 30cm under the soil are large blocks of stone that give the plot its name.
The domain acquired two parcels in this area: one in 1920-1921 and the other in 1975. It was awarded Grand Cru status in 1936.
The wines are mineral and vibrant; long, firm and very consistent.
Vintage of exceptional quality, powerful and balanced. Excellent cellaring potential.