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Chambolle-Musigny La Combe d'Orveaux V.V. 1er Cru, Bruno Clavelier - 2020

The wine always has an extra dimension, some consider it to be the head of the cellar. It offers a haughty profile combining a great finesse of expression and a mineral depth, all in verticality, in the martial spirit of the neighbouring Musigny. It requires a long opening time to deliver its bewitching character, its wide aromatic palette (pomegranate, spice, citrus, flowers) and its dynamic texture.
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Viticulture

Plot of 81.55 ares of vines, half of which are more than 75 years old, with an additional 1/4 of 20 year old vines. The rest was recently replanted (2010) and will not be included in the cuvée for several years. The location is ideal, facing east, protected from the cold winds coming down from the mountains. The soil is complex, composed of oolitic limestone (white oolites) and quartz limestone. The parcel is adjacent to the Petits Musigny (GC Musigny) and was classified as Tête de cru before the phylloxera crisis. It should have been classified grand-cru today if the necessary administrative procedures had been carried out at the time. The estate is certified in Organic Agriculture (Ecocert) and has been practicing biodynamics for a long time.

Oenology

Vinification in open truncated wooden vats. Depending on the vintage, a percentage of whole grapes is kept (maximum 30%). Fermentation is done with indigenous yeasts, with some manual punching of the cap. Gentle pressing. After settling, the wines are run off by gravity. The wine is aged for 18 months in fine-grained oak barrels of French origin with +/- 30% new wood for the Grand and 1er crus, a little less for the "villages". No fining or filtration.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Sweetbread pie with morel mushrooms - Small hot meat pie - Roast chicken.

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