A wine that is all finesse and subtlety.
|Location :||A small parcel situated in the Les Drazey vines, just after the Bussières|
|Surface area :||5 ares 18 (0.0518 hectare)|
|Age of vines :||Planted in 1960|
|Allowed yield :||50 HL/Ha|
|Production :||300 bottles/year|
|Characteristics :||Colour : a lovely ruby red.|
Nose : small berry fruits, peony and sweet spices
Palate : harmony, suppleness and fruit; a wine of great elegance.
|Keeping :||Maturity from 3 years|
Ageing potential: 5 to 10 years depending on vintage
Chambolle appears on maps from the start of the XIIth century.
Small in size but great in fame, the village area of Chambolle gets its name from its situation on the edge of a valley or coombe. The term Musigny, adopted from one of its grand crus, would be added to its name from 1878.
The vines face east, south-east, at 250m elevation. They sit on clay-limestone soils. Our parcel is in the place named « Les Drazey ».
Growing, vinification, ageing
From vine growing through to vinification, each process is balanced as a function of the vintage to create the best wines and preserve the typicity of terroir. Ageing is in oak barrels for 16 to 18 months.
A precise and fine nose, a lovely first impression on the palate, an elegant and silky texture.
Chambolle-Musigny, served at a temperature of 16 to 18°C, goes very well with tender cuts of meat and poultry.