Nuiton Beaunoy Bourgogne Chardonnay


Excl. BTW: 8,26

Op voorraad
Nuiton Beaunoy Bourgogne Chardonnay
7 werkdagen

Nog niet beoordeeld


Totaal van bestelling Prijs per product
6 of meer 9,50


Een bleke licht gouden kleur, in de geur duidelijke fruitaroma's en die van witte bloemen. In de smaak vers fruit zoals peer, perzik en abrikoos. Het geheel heeft een schitterende structuur, waarbij vooral de frisheid van de wijn opvalt met een lichte botertoets. Een echt typische "instap" Bourgogne zoals die hoort te zijn!

Past zeer goed bij kazen zoals: heel veel bries, camembert, Neufchâtel, explorateur dus voornamelijk witschimmels. Maar deze wijn gaat natuurlijk ook zeer goed samen met een verfijnd visgerecht of zomaar wanneer u zin heeft.

U kunt deze wijn enkele jaren bewaren maar dit is niet de bedoeling om deze te laten rijpen. 

Extra informatie:

A blessed land


Orches journal

One sunny morning
in Orches,
October 1957…

Early morning and all is calm in this village sheltered by the limestone cliffs of the Hautes-Côtes. One could think that it is just a morning like any other, but it is not…
Today something unique is happening in this corner of Burgundy. 
By putting their grapes in the same vat, pioneering winegrowers prepare to lay the first stone in what is to become, over the years, the only cooperative winery of the Côte d’Or: la Cave des Hautes-Côtes.




Before telling our story, we should begin by introducing our region.
Viticultural Burgundy is a stretch of vineyards some 250 kilometres long between Chablis in the North, and the Mâconnais region in the South. In the centre of this legendary "ribbon", the vineyards of the Côte d’Or represent the crown jewels for numerous wine amateurs across the globe. The Côte d’Or is, in fact, the combination of the Côte de Nuits (from Dijon to Corgoloin) and the Côte de Beaune
(from Corgoloin to Santenay) - two names that are famous for great red wines made from Pinot Noir and for great white wines produced from Chardonnay. 
But the Côte d’Or has forever included the Hautes-Côtes areas with their picturesque valleys – They are the natural extension of the slopes of "the Côte". Thus we find vineyards at higher altitudes to those of the Côte but benefiting from their own particular geological qualities …



Pommard, Les Rugiens

Pommard, Les Rugiens

If the wines of Burgundy enjoy such fame, it is partly thanks to the subtle differences born from the extraordinary patchwork of Burgundy's vineyard parcels. According to the geological characteristics of each parcel, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay acquire beautifully nuanced characteristics in which we find astonishing diversity. A parcel (or "climat" in French) is  a precisely defined plot of land dedicated to vine-growing and which has been known by the same name for several centuries. The soil, the sub-soil, the aspect and the microclimate of the plot confer the essential characteristics and the personality of a "terroir" and thus the wine, within a greater vineyard. (Extract of the demand to Unesco World Heritage for inscription of Burgundy's wine "climats"). And here, in Burgundy, we have identified no less than twelve hundred such parcels!



In the Côte d’Or, whether you are in "la Côte", or in the Hautes-Côtes, vineyard culture is more than an activity ; it is a way of life….a heritage born from the dialogue of Mother Nature and the creative genius of Man. 
When one leaves the beaten track in search of the Burgundy of the Hautes-Côtes, one appreciates how much courage, intelligence and patience were necessary for men to domesticate these somewhat unlikely vineyard plots !


Beoordelingen (0)


Note: HTML-code wordt niet vertaald!

Slecht            Goed