Chambolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes
is perfectly representative of the appellation, since it comes from several plots spread over the village area (60-year-old vines).
Chambolle-Musigny is a wine that combines the elegance and complexity of the vines in the centre of the village with the vigour of those from the limits of the Morey-Saint-Denis appellation.
The old vines bring depth, with complex tasty fruit flavours: cherry, raspberry, spices, and violets. The lingering finish ends with a touch of salinity.
Although this wine can be kept, it can also be drunk in the first 5 years by decanting one hour before serving.
Depending on the vintage, we use 50% whole-bunch fermentation, and ageing lasts about 18 months in barrels (with 20% of new barrels).
It pairs well with a saddle of hare with a creamy sauce, roast veal in pastry, hare terrine or a chicken wok.