The 180 hectares of vineyards in the small town of Chambolle-Musigny that are located in one of the regions of France where there is greater wine production, which is the Burgundy region. Chambolle-Musigny is one of the smallest appellations in the Côte d'Or and produces mainly red wines. The limestone soil is famous for producing wines that are delicately scented. Chambolle wines have elegance as their trademark, something like the top-notch wine region that is most closely related to elegance, such as French Burgundy.
Here the absolute queen is Pinot Noir, although we can find a small plot of Chardonnay within Le Musigny, which Comte de Vogüe bottles as Bourgogne blanc. The wines are undoubtedly great wines, their complexity along with their changing character, plus their density and concentrated passage through the mouth, make the most important characteristics of the wines of this region.

Discover our curated selection from Chambolle-Musigny:

Each wine in our Chambolle-Musigny collection offers a unique journey through the flavors and history of this prestigious Burgundian appellation.

Chambolle-Musigny wines