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A hamlet that lies between Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet, Blagny is situated higher up than either of its neighbours just underneath the forest at the top of the hill. The views are fantastic and the atmosphere wild and tranquil. Blagny is an appellation in its own right for light fruity red wines. Some more serious white wines are produced, but these divide themselves between the Meursault and Puligny communes. Those lying in the boundaries of the former are called Meursault-Blagny, whilst those in the latter are known purely as Puligny-Montrachet. The Blagny vineyards within these two communes are the highest in either Meursault or Puligny and as such benefit from tremendous natural acidity levels. There are eight premier cru vineyards up here, split between Meursault and Puligny. The potential of the white wines is only just starting to be realised, with the Domaine Martelet de Cherisey leading the way.