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Vins ContésAlgotest
Aligoté from Loire, France
100% Aligoté. 70-year-old vines on sandy soils, from the only known parcel of Aligoté in the Loire Valley according to Olivier Lemasson.
De MoorBourgogne Aligoté
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
Aligoté is the second white grape of Burgundy, and is rarely found elsewhere. This wine is made from a small parcel of 21-year-old Aligoté vines from the village of Chitry-le-Fort. The grapes are fermented and aged in a mix of stainless steel and older oak barrels. The resulting wine is fine and...
CastagnierBourgogne Aligoté
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
This vineyard is just near the winery in Morey-Saint-Denis and was planted in 1925. It's a very rocky soil with limestone from the Jurassic period. Castagnier says that everyone associates Morey with red wines, but the stoney soil is great for whites. 
ChevrotBourgogne Aligoté "Quatre Terroirs"
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
From four parcels planted in 1970 and 1984. Made in stainless steel.   

ChevrotBourgogne Aligoté "Tilleuls"
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
The Tilleul (linden) is from a single-vineyard of 63-year-old vines. Fermented and aged on the lees for 1 year in a 350L oak barrel, then bottled with a miniscule 20mg of SO2. 

Piuze, PatrickBourgogne Aligoté 1953
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
From an old Aligoté plot in Saint Bris, planted in 1953. The field is surrounded by hemp. Fermented and aged in tank. Impressive saline and mineral notes with a crisp acidity.
Clavelier, BrunoBourgogne Aligoté Vieilles Vignes
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
From 85-year-old vines; a high proportion of old selection of golden aligoté contributes a richness and power to this wine, leaving a mineral finish. It is great young—as is typical of the variety—displaying notes of citrus and exotic fruits, but with a few years it evolves more complex aromas of...