Chambolle-Musigny bottle

The village has fairly homogenous terroirs with an easterly exposure. More than anything, the delicate, silky nature of Chambolle-Musigny derives from the character of its soil.

The bedrock is formed of a base of hard limestone: above this is a thin layer of Bathonian limestone pebbles providing good drainage and helping to give the wines their refined, sensual, charming character.

Gold Medal
February 27, 2018 | Mundus Vini
  • Winemaking

    The wine is matured for 15 months in casks without racking, and with a fairly low proportion of new wood (< 20%).

  • Nose

    Dark berries (blackcurrant and blueberry).

  • Palate

    Very rich and structured, supported by highly refined tannins.

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