‘A beautifully balanced wine, the domaine's 2012 Chambolle-Musigny Les Groseilles impresses for its captivating inner perfume, sweet, layered fruit and silky tannins. Dark red cherries, rose petals, cinnamon and hard candy linger on the supple, gracious finish. The Groseilles is one of the more feminine wines in the range. It is pretty hard to resist, even today. Drink 2019 - 2032’
Alfred Hitchcock adored Burgundy, his cellar in Bel Air, Los Angeles contained a lot, but it was Chambolle-Musigny that was his favourite and that made up the majority of his collection.
Regarded as producing some of the most elegant wines in the Côte de Nuits, with rich concentration of fruit - though they tend to be a little lighter in colour. The village has two Grand Cru vineyards, Musigny which is rich and silky and Bonnes Mares (shared with Morey-St-Denis) which is firmer and broader, with impeccable ageing potential.