Comte Georges de Vogüé is inextricably linked to Burgundy's Grand Cru vineyards of Chambolle-Musigny - considered by many to be the pinnacle of Burgundian Pinot Noir.
The current owner, Elizabeth, Baronne Bertrand de Ladoucette, represents the 20th generation of the same family to be the head of what is arguably Burgundy’s longest wine dynasty. Elizabeth’s successful formula is based upon applying the best of traditional knowledge with modern techniques to her limestone-based vines. The soil contributes to the domaine's light, feminine style of Pinot renowned for its elegance, concentration and refinement.
“Extravagant, very ripe spice aromas explode from the glass with remarkable complexity that frame superbly elegant, gorgeously textured flavors that are intense and vibrant. This is really quite powerful for the vintage and incredibly long yet remains classy and fine. It is not especially big or dense as de Vogüé Musigny goes but is tautly muscular and defined. Extremely impressive for the vintage.” Burghound