Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru "Les Baudes" - red wine, grapes for which are grown in a small area, an area of only 0.31 ha. However, in the Côte d'Or, this area was one of the first in which the vines were planted. The soils are rich in limestone rocks, making wine is particularly sophisticated. Has attained the necessary maturity of the grapes Pinot Noir is harvested by hand, subjected to preliminary cold maceration and fermented over a long period - from 15 to 20 days. Matured wine is 14-20 months in new oak barrels before bottling, and is not subjected to filtration.
The history of the winery Serafin Pere & Fils began in the mid XX century. Pole by birth, Stanislaus Serafin immigrated from Poland in Burgundy in the 30-ies of XX century. Especially not having time to settle in a new place, Stanislaus, like thousands of other Frenchmen, was involved in World War II, having been in the liberation and detachment in a German prison. Back in Gevrey-Chambertin at the end of the war, he first worked as a bricklayer, and in 1947 bought a plot of land and started to learn the basics of wine, started his own business, which began to develop, together with his son Christian. Despite the fact that the vineyard owned by the family of Serafin, not so great, and takes only about 6 hectares, it covers nine different appellasonov. The farm has practiced organic methods of growing grapes and produced wine are rich, concentrated flavor, refined minerality and rich aroma. For the current owner of the winery Christian Serafin its fame as a skillful winemaker, who all his spare time devotes favorite work. Today, the management of the Christian help his daughter and niece.