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.
"Feusselottes" indicates a bumpy soil and shaped small pits. Located in the heart of the village, the vine thrives on a soil composed of red silt from the Combe. This shallow soil intensifies the subtle minerality of the wine.
A Premier Cru that will be perfect with a risotto with truffles.
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