Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé is an outstanding ambassador for Chambolle-Musigny, a commune renowned for wines which offer richness and intensity in a hauntingly pure, dramatically aromatic translation of Pinot Noir.

About

Established in 1450, it is now owned by sisters, Comtesse Claire de Causans and Marie de Ladoucette with the day to day management team comprising François Millet (technical director), Eric Bourgogne (vineyard manager) and Jean-Luc Pépin (sales and marketing director Chambolle-Musigny is a commune capable of producing wines which really charm. 'Elegance', 'finesse', 'nobility', 'perfumed' are all descriptions which flow from the pens of devotees, punctuated with others which infer understated, subliminal attributes, 'seductive', 'beguiling' and 'enticing' – hallmark Vogüé.

De Vogüé is a true producer of reference in Chambolle-Musigny, making a weightless yet flavour-packed style. The Domaine incorporates grands crus, premiers crus and villages Chambolle-Musigny in the holdings, including a tiny parcel of Musigny Blanc. Key here is exemplary terroir allied to strict vineyard husbandry and a sensitive, decisive hand in the cellar. There is but one Holy Grail here. The whole team is united in seeking the purest translation of the holdings within the context of each vintage.

To find out more about the latest de Vogüé vintage please read our brochure HERE.

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