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The Naturalist Morgane Seuillot Is Bucking Convention In Burgundy
FOR DECADES THERE WERE only a handful of Burgundy domains—Domaine de Chassorney, Philippe Pacalet, Dominique Derain, and Domaine Prieuré Roch— making natural wine.
Alice Feiring

While they were rock stars in New York, Tokyo, and Copenhagen restaurants, they got no respect at home. People snickered: Crazy folk.

But change has steamrolled into Beaune, and this famed destination in the heart of Burgundy now has a flourishing natural wine scene. In the vines, many more vignerons and négociants are challenging the rules of this innately conservative region. Instrumental in this movement is a brilliant young winemaker whose name is Morgane Seuillot.

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