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Côte Chalonnaise (55)

Côte ChalonnaiseThe vineyards stretch on a distance of 25 km between the Côte de Beaune in the North and the hills of Mâconnais in the South.

The slopes show vineyards of great charm around the villages of Montagny, Givry, Mercurey, Rully.

The soil is made of clay and limestone. The climate is semi-continental with very pleasant months of September that help the grapes ripening harmoniously.

The grape varieties are the noble ones of Burgundy : the Pinot Noir grows predominantly in Givry and Mercurey ; the Chardonnay is the main grape variety in Rully and it is even the only one in Montagny.

One must also know about the Aligoté grape in the village of Bouzeron that gives an excellent result in this viticultural area.

The Côte Chalonnaise is able to produce high quality wines at reasonable prices. Many vineyards are classified as Premiers Crus and their wines are really worth a try.

RULLY

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer :  Domaine Michel Sarrazin et Fils

Vintage : 2013

Colour : White Wines

Awards :

 

GIVRY 1er Cru "Les Bois Gauthiers"

 

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer :  Domaine Michel Sarrazin et Fils

Vintage : 2013

Colour : Red Wines

Awards :

 

GIVRY 1er Cru "Crémillons"

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer : Seguin-Manuel

Vintage : 2013

Colour : Red Wines

Awards :

 

RULLY "Vieilles Vignes"

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer : Seguin-Manuel

Vintage : 2013

Colour : White Wines

Awards :

 

CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE "Blanc de Blancs"

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer : Domaine Berthenet

Vintage : 

Colour : White Wines

Awards :

 

GIVRY 1er Cru

Region : Côte Chalonnaise

Producer : Domaine Berthenet

Vintage : 2011

Colour : Red Wines

Awards :

 

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