Chapelle-Chambertin is one of the 9 Grands Crus in the Gevrey-Chambertin commune. Chapelle-Chambertin covers a total area of 5.48 hectares. The Pinot Noir vines planted benefit from diverse soils with a clay-limestone slope and a hill top composed of brown soil, silts and gravelly scree. The Chapelle-Chambertin have spicy (liquorice, vanilla), floral (roses, violets) and fruity (red fruit, black fruit) aromas. They are complex, fine and elegant and can keep for a decade.