Certified Organic. Tete du Clos, located inside of the 1er Cru Les Morgeots, is a small walled-in parcel containing the very best part of the vineyard and is rightfully considered a “super” 1er Cru. Here, at the apex of the vineyard, bordered by La Romanée to the north and Les Embrazées to the southwest, the soil is very rocky and white, giving a more mineral, tensile expression of Chassagne. Dancer’s parcel comes from vines planted in 1954. Only Dancer and one other producer bottle a Tete du Clos. Native yeast fermentation with no additions, natural malo, and no battonage. Aged in approx. 50% new oak for 17 months. After assemblage the wine is racked back into stainless steel to age for an additional 5-6 months before bottling. Dancer’s Tete du Clos is a linear, mineral-driven Chardonnay.