Chambolle takes its name from the bubbling appearance of the Grône stream. In 1878 the name of its best cru Musigny, was appended to the village name. This A.O.C. is for red wine only and covers a total area of 182 hectares. Sentiers (paths) simply indicates the presence of trails and paths. Three path intersections can be found on the perimeter of the climat.
The vineyards are located on a "sentier" that leads to Clos de Vougeot. Only the Route des Grands Crus separates it from the end of Bonnes-Mares, on the edge of Chambolle and Morey. The vines are planted on fairly deep clay soil.
This wine is the ideal accompaniment to white meat (chicken, veal, sweetbread).
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