Over 50 year old vines (planted in 1954) from two Chambolle sites: “Les Drazeys” (limestone) and
“Les Gamaires” (clay). Bloody, soily, red fruit nose. Quite soft and pliant in the mouth griottes, iron, musk, spice and citrus notes. Drinking nicely now and pairs well with myriad foods.
"The 2009 Chambolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes is a sensual wine that shows the darker side of the village. It possesses substantial length and polish as well. The vines in these three parcels are more than 50 years old on average. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2019." Galloni, May 2011 from barrel.
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