Geographically the Best for Rosé Wines

Bourgogne-La-Chapelle-Notre-Dame Clairet appellation is a sub-region of the Côte de Beaune wine area in Burgundy, East of France. AOC Burgundy The Chapel Notre-Dame Clairet is the other name given to the Burgundy AOC La Chapelle Notre-Dame rosé. Burgundy La Chapelle Notre-Dame rosé is a dry rosé wine appellation. It is produced in the vineyard of Burgundy and more specifically in the wine regions of Chablis, the Côte de Nuits, the Côte de Beaune, the Côte Chalonnaise, and Mâcon.

Administratively, the Burgundy La Chapelle Notre-Dame rosé geographical area consists of the municipality of Ladoix-Serrigny. The wines come from the regional appellation Bourgogne clairet or Bourgogne rosé, which adds the name of its climate.

This AOC was recognized with the Decree of 31.07.1937.

A part of the important features of Bourgogne-La-Chapelle-Notre-Dame Clairet appellation for dry rose wines are as follows:

  • Soil: Limestone.
  • Taste: Balanced.
  • Wine color: Rose.
  • Aromas: Flowers and especially citrus notes.
  • Aging potential: 1 – 3 years.
  • Serving temperature: 11 to 12° C

Region Highlights

Surface: About 0.04 Square Kilometers
Classification: AOP Bourgogne-La-Chapelle-Notre-Dame Clairet
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Types of Wines: Rose Wine

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