Running from Dijon to Corgoloin, the Côte de Nuits extends over around twenty kilometres. The area is a long narrow strip of vineyards, no wider than a kilometre, extending over 1,500 hectares.
The special feature of the soil in the Côte de Nuits is its relatively old layer of limestone said to date from the "Middle Jurassic" and be between 160 and 180 million years old. A harmonious blend from various plots of Pinot Noir from the small village, Brochon. The special feature of this wine is that it is made up of the best grapes, which endow it with great quality.
This wine is ideal for a boeuf bourguignon or duck aiguillettes.
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