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Côte Chalonnaise wine

Côte Chalonnaise

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Côte Chalonnaise wine

Côte Chalonnaise

About

The Côte Chalonnaise is an undulating landscape to the south of the Côte de Beaune, stretching from Bouzeron to Montagny. The soils are similar to the Côte de Beaune: a mixture of limestone, gravel and clay. Although further south and therefore enjoying fractionally more sunshine, it is actually more exposed than the Côte d’Or. Five villages stand out: Givry, Montagny, Mercurey, Rully and Bouzeron.

 

Contact us to place your order: [email protected] | 020 7265 2430

 

 

Watch Will Monroe, from the Fine Wine team, sharing some insights on the 2019 vintage.

The Côte Chalonnaise is an undulating landscape to the south of the Côte de Beaune, stretching from Bouzeron to Montagny. The soils are similar to the Côte de Beaune: a mixture of limestone, gravel and clay. Although further south and therefore enjoying fractionally more sunshine, it is actually more exposed than the Côte d’Or. Five villages stand out: Givry, Montagny, Mercurey, Rully and Bouzeron.

 

Contact us to place your order: [email protected] | 020 7265 2430

 

Watch Will Monroe, from the Fine Wine team, sharing some insights on the 2019 vintage.

Bouzeron

Bouzeron is the sole Aligoté-only appellation in Burgundy. This rather overlooked grape variety finds its finest expression here. Plantings here are of the superior Aligoté Doré clone.

Bouzeron is the sole Aligoté-only appellation in Burgundy. This rather overlooked grape variety finds its finest expression here. Plantings here are of the superior Aligoté Doré clone.

Corney and Barrow

Domaine de Villaine

This domaine is co-owned by Pamela and Aubert de Villaine, the latter better known as the much-respected co-director of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, with their nephew, Pierre de Benoist, manager of the domaine.

 

The recent exciting expansion into Rully means that we will have a separate offering from Domaine de Villaine shortly, with a host of new Rully premiers crus from the 2018 vintage.

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