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Grand Cru vineyard or appellation in the municipality of Morey-Saint-Denis in the French Côte d'Or region of Burgundy. The name refers to Saint Dionysius of Paris (3rd century), in whose honour a religious community was founded in 1023, which owned vineyards here. The name Clos Saint-Denis was first mentioned in a document in 1367. After the French Revolution (1789), the ecclesiastical property was auctioned off. Today, most of it belongs to vineyards from the municipality. It was classified as a Grand Cru in 1936. The vineyard at around 300 metres above sea level covers 6.6 hectares of vines on brown, calcareous marl with a relatively small proportion of stones.

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