Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre Dame

Located at the crest of the Corton vineyard, near a Roman road, the Notre Dame du Chemin chapel was constructed on the path of salt and pewter and served as a shelter for the pilgrims on their way to Santiago del Compostella.

A miraculous spring was worshipped at this chapel but unfortunately it disappeared during the revolution.

A traditional pilgrimage still happens August 15th of each year.

It is one of 3 Burgundy wines with a regional appellation to have its name on the label. You will love it with an omelet or a platter of cold meats.
  • Surface area

    0.3 ha

  • Grape variety

    Pinot Noir

  • Exposure


  • Altitude

    300 meters

  • Density

    10 000 vines / ha

  • Vineyard age

    40 years old

  • Subsoil

    Chalky clay

  • Production

    2 500 bottles

  • Keep time

    3 to 5 years depending on the vintage

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