Domaine Philippe Livera

Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru

    • Description :

      Planted in the early 1950s, this Grand Cru vineyard is just 0.3 hectares and lies directly below the Clos de Bèze in the lieu-dit of Les Gemeaux. The soils of the Chapelle-Chambertin vineyard are well drained and stony with loose, limestone-rich topsoils. This forces the vines to grow deep, strong roots.
      The grapes are hand-harvested and then destemmed. Fermentation takes place in the present of native yeasts in tanks and then the wine is aged in French oak barrels (60% new oak). The wine is unfined and unfiltered before bottling.

      Grape varieties :

      Pinot Noir

      Altitude :


      Vineyard age :

      65-year-old vines on average

      Exposure :


      Soil :

      Limestone substratum with chalky topsoils and marl

      Alcohol :


      Tasting notes :

      Red fruit and a hint of smoke on the nose. Lush and ripe with silken tannins and a long, harmonious finish. Serve as a pairing with roasted meat and flavorful vegetable dishes.

Press Notes

  • Burghound
    • 2014
      93 points
    • 2013
      91-93 points
  • AG Vinous
    • 2015
      94 points
    • 2014
      91 points
  • Wine & Spirits
    • 2015
      93 points
    • 2014
      94 points
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