Musigny, also known as Le Musigny, is a Grand Cru appellation and vineyard in Burgundy’s Cote de Nuits. It is also one of three Grand Cru sites in Chambolle Mouigny, alongside Bonnes Mares or Clos Vougeot.

Musigny wines are beloved for their exquisite elegance and extraordinary depth. They are a favorite among collectors.

Let’s take a look at the Le Musigny wine area, its wines and top 10 best bottles, and their investment potential and terroir.

The Wines of Le Musigny

Musigny is the only Grand Cru winery in Cote de Nuits to produce red and white wines. Red wines make up 90% of the entire region’s production.

Reds are made mostly from the Pinot noir grape, while Chardonnay whites are made.

Under AOC rules, producers can add up to 15% Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc to the red Musigny. Most top-tier producers, however, stick to Pinot Noir.

Musigny is a classic red wine that evokes Pinot Noir. It has exotic aromas and a refined palate.

Musigny white wines are also a delight for wine lovers, with their exotic aroma intensity and floral nuances.

These are the 10 Best Musigny Wine bottles to Add to Your Collection.

These are our top picks for Musigny bottles that will be perfect for your collection.

2015 Domaine Leroy Musigny Grande Cru ($149.303)

This exemplary Musigny vintage has a nose of raspberries, red flowers, and spice. The concentrated palate has velvety tannins and exotic fruit notes.

2014 Domaine Georges & Christophe Rumier Musigny Grande Cru ($18,180).

This delicious Pinot Noir wine has inviting aromas of plum, violets, and tea. The palate is textured and displays rich concentration and a hint of minerality on the aftertaste.

2010 Domaine Faiveley Musigny Grande Cru ($6,386)

This dry red wine has an enticing bouquet of rose, black cherry, and spices. The fruity and spicy characteristics lend elegance and richness to the palate and vibrant acidity.

2005 Domaine JacquesFrederic Mugnier le Musigny Grand Cru ($5,231)

This full-bodied red wine opens with exquisite perfumes of red and black fruit, violets, coffee, and spices. The tasting notes on the palate include red fruit, mineral, and citrus zest, along with a long finish.

1986 Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Musigny Blanc Grand Cru ($3,042)

This rare white wine from Musigny invites you with seductive floral aromas with hints of spices. It has a balanced palate with tasting notes of pear and honey.

1992 Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Musigny Blanc Grand Cru ($2,521)

This vintage has delicious notes of apples, lemon zest, nuts, and white flowers on the nose and the palate. The wine has an elegant texture and a refreshing aftertaste.

Fun fact Between 1993 and 2015, Comte Georges de Vogue was the only white wine producer from Musigny. They released white wines under the Bourgogne Blanc label (instead of Musigny Blanc).

This was because younger vines were used (after a drive for replantation), but this didn’t guarantee Grand Cru quality.

1993 Joseph Drouhin Musigny Grande Cru ($2,074)

This delicious red Burgundy wine has a nose of black fruit and spices. Raspberries and herb notes give depth and richness to the palate.

2013 Domaine Jacques Prieur Musigny Grand Cru ($747)

This Chambolle Musigny wine has red berries and baking spices on the nose. The palate has distinct floral notes and grippy tannins.

2006 Louis Jadot Le Mouigny Grand Cru ($553)

This aromatic vintage has a floral bouquet. Tasting notes on the palate include red fruit, black pepper, and chocolate.

1987 Daniel Moine–Hudelot Musigny Grand Cru ($346)

This fine French wine has red fruit, mushroom, and leather notes on the palate. The medium-bodied wine has a persistent finish.