Grape Varieties: Pinot Noir 100%
The soil and sub-soils of the commune of Chambolle Musigny are of ideal composition for the production of wipes of remarkable finesse and elegance, which have earned Chambolle the nickname of the “Volnay of the Cote de Nuits”. The Soil is generally not very deep, obliging the vine to search for nourishment down as far as 10 meters deep, notably on the terroir of Musigny. Going back up towards another Grand Cru situated further north, the terroir of Bonnes Mares, the wines gain in body and power, like those from the parcel of Noirots.
Tasting Notes: Deep and delicated bouquet of small red fruits, sweet spices and mocha. Racy and smooth on the palate it is a very refined wine. Very good ageing potential.
Ageing: The cellars of the Bastions of the ancient Chateau de Beaune offer natural ambient conditions that are perfectly adapted to ageing the 1er Crus.
Food Pairing: Ribs, leg and loin of lamb.