This plot is located before the Grand Cru Chambertin. In 640, the Duke Amalgaire gives his lands to the Abbey of Bèze and monks are reclaimed a wood which is then planted in vines. The reputation and quality of wines of Clos de Bèze is such that in 1761 the wines are already sold 20 times more than a century ago.
The vines are planted due east, mid-slope, well ventilated by the north wind and protected from westerly winds rains carriers. An altitude of between 270 and 280 meters.
This Grand Cru will match perfectly with game or a hare on the spit.
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