- The Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé is inextricably linked to the Grand Cru vineyard of Musigny—in some eyes the pinnacle of Pinot Noir—a wine that should be both complete and profound but never heavy: 'majesty itself' claims Clive Coates.
- In 2009 Millet started picking on September 9 in order to keep as much as freshness as possible.
- The fruit was 100% destemmed.
- New oak ranged from 15% for the Chambolle villages to 35-40% for the Bonnes Mares and Musigny Vieilles Vignes.
- The malos were on the slow side and for the most part did not begin until April 2010.
GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir
FOOD PAIRINGS: Pinot Noir is well-suited to pair with poultry, beef, fish, ham, lamb and pork. It will play well with creamy sauces, spicy seasonings and may just be one of the world's most versatile food wines.