Grand Cru

Chapelle Chambertin

This Gevrey-Chambertin Grand Cru is surprisingly elegant and long on the palate. Perfectly balanced vines of around forty years old produce a wine of great class, with a delicate nose and fine tannins. The whole is very harmonious, with a long, mineral finish.

In detail
Target Yield : 35 hl/ha
Surface area : 0.5 ha
Average Production : 2300 bottles
Age of Vines : 35 years old
Grape Variety : Pinot noir
Density : 11 000 plants per hectare
Soil Types : Thin, clay-limestone soil on a bedrock of crinoidal limestone.
Viticulture : Sustainable agriculture, Cordon pruning
Harvest : Hand-picked, sorting in the vineyard
Vinification : Grapes destemmed and fermented in temperature-controlled wooden vats. Native yeasts.
Maturation : 18 months in French oak barrels. No new barrels. Average age of barrels: 20 years