Study Cards on slope, wines, côte
- Flat land beyond the top of the slope
- Mid slope (for Grand crus)
- Lowest part of the slope (village level)
- Flat land at bottom of the slope (generic appellation Bourgogne)
and structured than those in the Côte d’Or, and can struggle to ripen in cooler years.
shallow soils, good drainage, protection from the prevailing weather systems and good sunlight interception, all of which, in capable winemaking hands, contribute to producing wines with concentration, balance and length.
- Soils are richer and less well drained,
- and fruit does not reach the same level of ripeness,
- but can still produce wines of very good quality and character.
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