Domaine Bernard Morey is a respected estate based in Chassagne-Montrachet, but one that I had zero experience with. I recently jumped on a unique opportunity and grabbed a 2006 Saint-Aubin, Charmois, 1er Cru from Morey at a great price. One of my retail customers was shipped the wine by mistake and was only charged $10 per bottle. The customer would normally have notified the distributor of the error, but the company in question is notorious for mistreating their Burgundy inventory. The retailer correctly assumed that the company would not realize their mistake and decided to keep the wine. The fact that I bought a bottle at the incorrect cost probably makes me guilty on moral grounds, but I have successfully ignored any remorse. Unlike many 2006s, the wine is not rich and tropical, which is surprising since the vineyard is located on flat terrain. The wine is fresh on the nose and palate, and the flavors are white fruits and flowers. Obviously made by an outstanding winemaker, the wine is well balanced and elegant in the mouth. I would certainly explore more wines from this producer, assuming the price is right.