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Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 2007

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1541073
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Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 2007 750ml

Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny

Fine lace and silk are the words most often associated with this wine. Bright, intense colour and complex aromas evoking violet, black cherry and damp earth. According to the vintages, there are also notes of truffle and game. Refined tannins coat the palate. Good balance between texture and acidity. Long aftertaste, with notes of cherry and candied fruit.

"Fine lace and silk are the words most often associated with this wine. Bright, intense colour and complexaromas evoking violet, black cherry and damp earth. According to the vintages, there are also notes of truffle

Site: at the heart of Cote de Nuits, between Morey-Saint-Denis and Vougeot.History & tradition: the name of the village Chambolle is probably derived from the Celtic ”cambola”, already reputed for its vineyards in Gallo-Roman times and cultivated by the monks in the Middle Ages. Joseph Drouhin owns several parcels in this appellation.Soil: the limestone of the subsoil is of Jurassic age origin, ideally suited for Pinot Noir.

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Joseph Drouhin Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 2007
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Fine lace and silk are the words most often associated with this wine. Bright, intense colour and complex aromas evoking violet, black cherry and damp earth. According to the vintages, there are also notes of truffle and game. Refined tannins coat the palate. Good balance between texture and acidity. Long aftertaste, with notes of cherry and candied fruit.
 

Notes on the Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 750ML 2007

Tasting Notes "Fine lace and silk are the words most often associated with this wine. Bright, intense colour and complexaromas evoking violet, black cherry and damp earth. According to the vintages, there are also notes of truffle

Technical Notes Site: at the heart of Cote de Nuits, between Morey-Saint-Denis and Vougeot.History & tradition: the name of the village Chambolle is probably derived from the Celtic ”cambola”, already reputed for its vineyards in Gallo-Roman times and cultivated by the monks in the Middle Ages. Joseph Drouhin owns several parcels in this appellation.Soil: the limestone of the subsoil is of Jurassic age origin, ideally suited for Pinot Noir.