Bourgogne and its appellations

Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame

  • Category

    Regional appellation ; Dénomination Géographique Complémentaire

  • Wine-producing region


  • Coulour

    Red and rosé wine: Pinot Noir 

  • Red: 2 hectares

  • A Régionale appellation from the Côte de Beaune, Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame covers still red, white, and rosé wines produced in an area around Ladoix-Serrigny, that was defined in 1993.

Wine Characteristics - Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame


The reds are purple in color with hints of ruby. The nose reveals a cocktail of red and black fruit, with hints of blackcurrant, strawberry, and cherry, with touches of wild fruit and blueberry. In the mouth, it is broad and fruity, underscored by perfectly crisp tannins and integrated freshness on the finish.

Wine Steward’s Tip - Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame

Steward’s Tip

Red: The fleshy fruitiness and freshness from the red wines is a perfect match for convivial cuisine, such as feathered game pâté, jambon persillé, bacon omelet, sophisticated cold cuts, mushroom velouté, chicken fricassee, roast veal in sauce, grilled beef tournedos, rustic goat cheese and other soft cheeses.
Serving temperature: 15-17°C.

Situation - Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame


La Chapelle Notre-Dame is one of the rare Régionale AOC Climats that is allowed to have its name on wine labels. The vines are located alongside the road from Beaune to Dijon, at the bottom of Corton hill in Ladoix-Serrigny. The vines grow close beside the chapel of Notre-Dame du Chemin, from where the appellation takes its name.

Terroirs - Bourgogne La Chapelle Notre-Dame


The vines are located to the south of Ladoix-Serrigny, on a bulge on the crest at between 225-235m above sea level, enjoying a favorable aspect, facing southeast. The vines grow on more or less sandy and silty marl and clay.

Appellations Régionales, explained by Jean-Pierre Renard

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