Chapelle Chambertin

Grand cru

Voluptuous and complex

This "Climat"

The origin of the name of this vineyard comes from the Notre Dame de Bèze Chapel which was built there in 1155 by the Monks of the Bèze Abbey.


Apperance : Bright color, dark ruby Bouquet : Nose of black cherry, raspberry, blackcurrant and redcurrant with spicy notes. In the mouth : Power, opulence and elegance compose a whole and complex body with small red and black fruits and create a suave and voluptuous wine.
Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru


Located mid-slope facing east, south of Gevrey-Chambertin, this terroir consists of limestone scree soil covered with a thin layer of clay on the surface.
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