|Site: at the heart of the famous Chambolle-Musigny vineyard, with a nice East exposure.
History & tradition: the name of the village Chambolle is probably derived from the Celtic ”cambola”, already reputed for its vineyards in Gallo-Roman times and cultivated by the monks in the Middle Ages. Joseph Drouhin owns several Premier Cru parcels. Since they are too small, these Premier Cru vineyards (Noirots, Hauts Doix, Borniques, Plantes, Combottes) are harvested and vinified together. The name given to this wine is therefore Chambolle-Musigny Premier
Cru (since the components of this ”cuvee” are all Premier Crus).
Soil: the limestone of the subsoil is of Jurassic age origin, ideally suited for Pinot Noir. Drouhin estate: 1.3 ha. (3.25