The Clos des Lambrays was promoted to grand cru status in 1981 and today is almost a monopole of Domaine des Lambrays who own
8.66 hectares, a small 0.04 hectare plot in the lower section is owned by Domaine Taupenot-Merme. Located in Morey-Saint-Denis between
Clos de Tart and Clos Saint-Denis, this is the steepest of the Morey grand crus with its highest part at 320 metres above sea-level descending
to 270 metres near the village. Clos des Lambrays includes three sub-climates each having its own distinct terroir. Les Bouchots at the top
has rockier ground with marly soil, Les Larrets is the main part with excellent silts and Meix Rentier the lowest part has deeper clay based
soils. These features impart finesse and power to produce a rounded wine suited for long ageing.