Chambolle-Musigny has two grand crus on either side of the village. Musigny to the south while travelling north towards Morey-Saint-Denis is
Bonnes-Mares with 15 hectares under vine. The main section lies in Chambolle-Musigny itself and 1.5 hectares rests within Morey-Saint-Denis.
Mid-slope at an altitude of 270 to 300 metres, this east facing plot has two distinct soil types broadly defined by a vineyard track which runs
from the top at the Morey end in a diagonal line to the middle of Les Fuées at Chambolle. Above this line is "terres blanches" a white marl rich
in fossilised oysters, below it "terres rouges" heavier red-brown soils with larger proportions of clay. These red soils produce powerful muscular
wines whereas the "terres blanche" soils impart more finesse and minerality.