Chambolle Musigny Remoissenet P. & F 2003

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Thanks to the inheritance laws formulated by Napoleon, ownership of most of Burgundy's vineyards, including the renowned Cote d'Or, is split betwee... Read more

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External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

Thanks to the inheritance laws formulated by Napoleon, ownership of most of Burgundy's vineyards, including the renowned Cote d'Or, is split between many different growers. Remoissenet has the largest cellars of aged Burgundy in the world. Rémoissenet has been involved in the world of wine for two centuries and was in the careful hands of Roland Rémoissenet. Under the dynamic new management of Bernard Repolt and winemaker Claudie Jobard, this famous house is now being revitalised, exploiting the wonderful aged stocks as well as introducing their new style estate wines. Chambolle Musigny is situated in the central part of the Cote de Nuits, with vineyards located on East to South Easterly facing slopes at altitudes of 250m-350m. The limestone soils along with the pebbles and gravel are influential in the elegance and suppleness of the wines from Chambolle. The most noticeable and attractive feature of this wine is the quality and purity of the fruit; healthy, ripe grapes have yielded wines with truly sumptuous aromas and great succulence on the palate. Grapes : 100% Pinot Noir Region : France / Burgundy / Chambolle-Musigny AOC Maker : Claudie Jobard Notes : Sweet red fruits, integrated oak with soft ripe tannins and a silky texture through to a lingering elegant finish. Serve : At 16°C with dishes with fine and delicate flavours like filet mignon, canard aux truffles, cheese ABV : 13%


External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
11/09/2010

Thanks to the inheritance laws formulated by Napoleon, ownership of most of Burgundys vineyards, including the renowned Côte dOr, is split between many different growers. Rémoissenet has the largest cellars of aged Burgundy in the world. Rémoissenet has been involved in the world of wine for two centuries and was in the careful hands of Roland Rémoissenet. Under the dynamic new management of Bernard Repolt and winemaker Claudie Jobard, this famous house is now being revitalised, exploiting the wonderful aged stocks as well as introducing their new style estate wines. Chambolle Musigny is situated in the central part of the Cote de Nuits, with vineyards located on East to South Easterly facing slopes at altitudes of 250m-350m. The limestone soils along with the pebbles and gravel are influential in the elegance and suppleness of the wines from Chambolle. The most noticeable and attractive feature of this wine is the quality and purity of the fruit; healthy, ripe grapes have yielded wines with truly sumptuous aromas and great succulence on the palate. Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir Serve: At 16°C with dishes with fine and delicate flavours - filet mignon, canard aux truffles, cheese Taste: Sweet red fruits, integrated oak with soft ripe tannins and a silky texture through to a lingering elegant finish.


Winemaker's Notes:

Thanks to the inheritance laws formulated by Napoleon, ownership of most of Burgundys vineyards, including the renowned Côte dOr, is split between many different growers. Rémoissenet has the largest cellars of aged Burgundy in the world. Rémoissenet has been involved in the world of wine for two centuries and was in the careful hands of Roland Rémoissenet. Under the dynamic new management of Bernard Repolt and winemaker Claudie Jobard, this famous house is now being revitalised, exploiting the wonderful aged stocks as well as introducing their new style estate wines. Chambolle Musigny is situated in the central part of the Cote de Nuits, with vineyards located on East to South Easterly facing slopes at altitudes of 250m-350m. The limestone soils along with the pebbles and gravel are influential in the elegance and suppleness of the wines from Chambolle. The most noticeable and attractive feature of this wine is the quality and purity of the fruit; healthy, ripe grapes have yielded wines with truly sumptuous aromas and great succulence on the palate. Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir Serve: At 16°C with dishes with fine and delicate flavours - filet mignon, canard aux truffles, cheese Taste: Sweet red fruits, integrated oak with soft ripe tannins and a silky texture through to a lingering elegant finish.

Thanks to the inheritance laws formulated by Napoleon, ownership of most of Burgundys vineyards, including the renowned Côte dOr, is split between many different growers. Rémoissenet has the largest cellars of aged Burgundy in the world. Rémoissenet has been involved in the world of wine for two centuries and was in the careful hands of Roland Rémoissenet. Under the dynamic new management of Bernard Repolt and winemaker Claudie Jobard, this famous house is now being revitalised, exploiting the wonderful aged stocks as well as introducing their new style estate wines. Chambolle Musigny is situated in the central part of the Cote de Nuits, with vineyards located on East to South Easterly facing slopes at altitudes of 250m-350m. The limestone soils along with the pebbles and gravel are influential in the elegance and suppleness of the wines from Chambolle. The most noticeable and attractive feature of this wine is the quality and purity of the fruit; healthy, ripe grapes have yielded wines with truly sumptuous aromas and great succulence on the palate. Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir Serve: At 16°C with dishes with fine and delicate flavours - filet mignon, canard aux truffles, cheese Taste: Sweet red fruits, integrated oak with soft ripe tannins and a silky texture through to a lingering elegant finish.

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