Elegant and refined wines from Burgundy
The wines of Domaine Comte de Vogue
The Comte de Vogue estate was created in 1766 and covers more than 12 hectares. It is located in the village of Chambolle Musigny. It is owned by one of the biggest owners of Musigny, and renowned for producing the very rare Musigny Blanc white wine. Its closest neighbors are among the most prestigious estates of the region, like Domaine Mugnier, or Domaine Roumier. The vines grow on limestone and clay-limestone soils.
The Comte de Vogue estate produces three Grands Crus de Bourgogne (Burgundy Great Growths): Bonnes Mares, Musigny Rouge, and the extremely rare Musigny Blanc. The latter cameback in 2015, after 22 years trying to be classified as a Musigny. Prior to 2015, it was classified as a Bourgogne Blanc (white Burgundy) because it couldn't meet the qualitative criteria of the estate's Grand Vin de Musigny. In 2014, the Bonnes Mares wine gave new impetus to the usual Chambolle wines, while keeping its classical earthy notes. With a delicate, distinguished, spicy and deep finish, this wine still keep a beautiful freshness. It got the high score of 18/20 from the Revue des vins de France and Bettane & Desseauve Wine Guides. Also in 2014, the Chambolle Musigny Premier Cru is known for its fresh, strong elegance, and for its intense notes that set it apart from the Vogue Chambolle Musigny Village. It also shows delicious rose and fruit coulis notes on the finish. The most representative and successful red wine vintages from Domaine Comte de Vogue are 2015, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2005, 2002.