Cote De Beaune Wine Map

These are the two large maps of Burgundy that you often see mounted (including in our stores). They include detailed maps of all the vineyards. The first map covers the Cote de Beaune, and the second the Cote de Nuits. Each is 150 x 58 cm (59' x 23') and covers the lieu dits, as well as the Premier and Grand Cru vineyards, color coded to show classification. Saved by Wine Online 11 Beaune France Beaune Bourgogne French Wine Regions Boot Camp Cote De Beaune Wine Folly Wine Education Wine Guide In Vino Veritas.

Cote De Beaune Wine Map

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In the synclinal of Volnay the Comblanchien limestone disappears into the depths to be replaced by the overlying Rauracian. The slopes are quite steep and the soil (scree-derived black rendzinas) thinnish. On the lower slopes are Argovian marls and deep soils, white, grey or yellow, tinged with red from the iron in the Oxfordian limestone. At the foot of the slope, limestones are mixed with clay. Exposure: east to due south. Altitudes: 220 to 300 metres.

The Beaune appellation investigated through its geology and geography

The Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) invites you to enjoy this video in which Jean-Pierre Renard, Expert Instructor at the Ecole des Vins de Bourgogne, explains the topographical and geological characteristics of the Beaune appellation.
The slope where the vines grow has some fairly complex topography. It mainly faces east-southeast and is divided in two by a dry valley that cuts deep into the plateau. This partly explains the extraordinary diversity of this appellation which deserve a better attention.
This video is taken from the “Rendez-vous avec les vins de Bourgogne” program (November 2019).

The Beaune appellation seen by Edouard Labruyère

Edouard Labruyère, owner and director of Maison Jacques Prieur, tells us about the Beaune appellation and specifically the white wines. They are lesser known because they only represents 12% of the total surface of the appellation. Some Climats are known all over the world : Les Grèves, Champimonts et Clos de la Feguine.
This video is taken from the “Rendez-vous avec les vins de Bourgogne” program (November 2019).


The Beaune appellation seen by Frédéric Weber

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Frédéric Weber, cellar master at Bouchard Père et Fils, presents the specificities of Beaune appellation and its organoleptic characteristics. It is a complex and diverse appellation that has many stories to tell. Its two favorite climats are Clos de la Mousse and La Vigne de l'Enfant Jésus, he explains why.
This video is taken from the “Rendez-vous avec les vins de Bourgogne” program (November 2019)