Finesse et élégance caractérisent ce cru aux parfums délicats de framboise, de fraise confite, de violette et de sous-bois. More info
The name Chambolle is thought to have derived from the Latin word ¿campus¿; from this we can presume that the village dates back to the Roman era.
The Chambolle-Musigny vineyards adjoin, in the north, those of Morey Saint-Denis and Gevrey-Chambertin, and in the south, the hamlet of Vougeot. The vineyards spread across over 180 hectares, 61 of which make up the 24 premiers crus. The vines grow in a soil made up of limestone rock, but also small stones, bank gravel and scree from the Chambolle valley. The vines are planted on the south-south-east slopes.
Chambolle-Musigny wines are above all perfect examples of elegance and finesse, and are often described as ¿feminine¿. Medium-coloured, they release powerful aromas of raspberry, violet, and undergrowth. Their body is marked by fine and mellow tannins.
The white wines of Chambolle-Musigny are a minute production from 0.5 hectares of vines.
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A lively and fruity wine with a delicate structure, to be enjoyed in a few years’ time
A full-bodied, delicate and velvety Chambolle-Musigny made by a great Beaune estate.
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