Climats and Wineyard of Burgundy (Bourgone)

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Burgundy, France
Climats and Wineyard of Burgundy (Bourgone) - One of the wineyard in Burgundy during a road trip.

Climats and Wineyard of Burgundy (Bourgone) Reviews

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Very useful information about the wine and wineyard Oct 04, 2015
I visit this wineyard and territory of Burgundy last July 2015 when it was just announced by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee to be listed on the World Heritage Site. Each wineyard has their own systems of visiting and wine tasting and also the bottle for sales. The price to go into the cellar and visiting the Chateau is for my opinion expansive but worth a visit for the wine amateur.

The climates are precisely delimited vineyard parcels on the slopes of the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune south of the city of Dijon. They differ from one another due to specific natural conditions (geology and exposure) as well as vine types and have been shaped by human cultivation. Over time they came to be recognized by the wine they produce. This cultural landscape consists of two parts.

Firstly, the vineyards and associated production units including villages and the town of Beaune, which together represent the commercial dimension of the production system. The second part includes the historic centre of Dijon, which embodies the political regulatory impetus that gave birth to the climatssystem. The site is an outstanding example of grape cultivation and wine production developed since the High Middle Ages.
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