Village appellation in Burgundy area CÃ´te de Nuits , which is denoted by the same community. This is bounded on the south by the municipality of Morey-Saint-Denis . The total vineyard area comprises approximately 500 acres, including vineyards include some of the neighboring community Brochon. In 1847, the place names added Gevrey Chambertin, the name of which is the name of the most famous and best location on the CÃ´te d'Or. A red-Chambertin was also one of the favorite wines Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821). Therefore, this also "king of wines and wine of kings" is called. A large part of the vineyard was already in the 13th Century, the Benedictine southeast of the MÃ¢connais lying Cluny Abbey. Here are the best red wines of Burgundy pressed from mostly Pinot Noir with appropriate amounts of Pinot Gris and Pinot Liebault. These wines are stored for many decades and usually darker than many other Burgundian parishes. The most prominent has been obtained from the nine Grand Crus. Chambertin is so well known as an able and famous that all the other eight Grand Crus have (legally) is appended to the name her.
The Grands Crus are Chambertin (13 ha) and Chambertin-Clos de Beza (15 ha), Chapelle-Chambertin (5.4 ha), Charmes-Chambertin (32 acres, part of the vineyard is MazoyÃ¨res can therefore on the label also MazoyÃ¨res aufscheinen-Chambertin), Griotte-Chambertin (5.5 ha), LatriciÃ¨res-Chambertin (7 hectares), Mazis-Chambertin (13 ha, and Mazy-Chambertin) and Ruchottes-Chambertin (3.5 ha). The wine from the Clos de Beza allowed as Chambertin (this position is subsequently) are labeled, but not vice versa. These two layers are also regarded as the best.
The Premiers Crus vineyards cover 85 hectares. These are Closeau Au, Aux Combottes, Bel Air, Cazetiers (9 ha), Champeaux (6.7 ha), Champonnet (3.2 ha), Cherbaudes, Clos des Varoilles, Clos du Chapitre, Clos Prieur, Clos Prieur skin , Clos Saint-Jacques 6.7 ha), Combe au Moine (4.7 ha), Craipillot, En Ergot, Estournelles-Saint-Jacques, Fonteny, Issarts, BossiÃ¨re La, La Perriere La RomanÃ©e, Lavaut Saint-Jacques ( 10 ha), Les Cazetiers, Les Corbeaux (3 hectares), Les Goulots, Petite Chapelle, and petits Cazetiers Poissenot. Grand Cru with producers and / or Premier Cru documents are Bachelet, Bichot (Domaine du Clos Frantin), Bouchard Pere et Fils , Burguet, Joseph Drouhin , Claude Dugat , Dugat-Py, Domaine Dujac, Frederic Esmonin, Michel Esmonin, Faiveley, Jadot , Herezstyn, Domaine Leroy , Maume, Mortet, Roty, Rousseau, and Serafin Varoilles.