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Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France

The Grand Cru of Musigny (often referred to as ‘Le Musigny’) is located in the Chambolle-Musigny commune of the Côte de Nuits. Although 90% of the wine produced in Musigny is red, white wines are also permitted in the appellation. Musigny is the only Grand Cru in the Côte de Nuits where this is the case.

Covering not much more than 10ha, Musigny is divided into three climats, all situated on relatively steep slopes of well-draining clay and chalky limestone soil: Les Musigny lies furthest north, then comes Les Petits Musigny and finally, overlooking Echézeaux, there is a small section of La Combe d’Orveau.

Noted for their haunting combination of depth and elegance, the wines of Musigny are some of the most revered on the Côte d’Or – often equal, if not superior, to those of Chambertin or the monopoles of Romanée-Conti.