Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Rouge
Located on a hill facing south at about 350 meters in altitude, the vines cover the slope of a valley cutting into a plateau of Jurassic limestone, to the west of the “Côte”. The substrate is identical to that of the Côte, but the superficial formations are thin, or even non-existent; the soils are decomposed limestone mixed with marl. The vines are around 63 years old, spread out over a total of .28 hectares.
Around 7,500 bottles produced.
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