This plot belonged to the monks of Bèze abbey, who planted vines as early as 630 AD.
The name "Chambolle" was inspired by the bubbling appearance of a stream called the "Grône" following rainstorms. Original name: "Campus Ebullien" = bubbling field
A superb plot that would be a premier cru if it did not face north-east. It ripens a little later. This is a very good village wine. It is very fine, long on the palate and may be aged for a decade or more.
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