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The wine is fermented in French oak barrels (15% new oak), where it will rest on the lees for 11 months.
The plots were selected for this cuvée according to their soil type, a high level of clay mixed with limestone and a large presence of fossils. The name "Béleminites" is derived from the Belemnite fossils which are found here in abundance. The fossils are that of a squid-like marine animal that existed during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. They resemble a bullet casing.
Gilles and Joëlle Morat founded Domaine Gilles Morat in Vergisson in 1997. Gilles' father and grandfather had been growing vines on the land but had sold the grapes on to local merchants previously. By combining his father's vineyards with other nearby plots, Gilles created the small domaine which adds to about 5 hectares in both Pouilly-Fuissé and Saint-Véran. It is certified organic. The wines are created with exceptional craftsmanship and quality, creating rich and elegant results.
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