Côte-d'Or

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Côte-d'Or

(French kotdɔr)
n
(Placename) a department of E central France, in NE Burgundy. Capital: Dijon. Pop: 510 334 (2003 est). Area: 8787 sq km (3427 sq miles)
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In any case, the far-seeing Frenchman had taken care not to forget in his collection some precious cuttings of the Medoc and Cote d'Or, upon which he founded his hopes.
A thin-skinned grape that's notoriously tricky to grow (the small berries are prone to rot, produce lower yields and shy away from extreme heat), pinot noir is native to Burgundy and the poster girl for superstar reds from the Cote d'Or.
Interactive map of the entire Cote D'Or including all premier and grand cru vineyards
Once their perfect Bordeaux cellars had been achieved, attention switched to wines from the 42 villages that make up the Burgundy region, notably Chablis, the Cote d'Or and Beaujolais.
Bouchard Pere & Fils is a house with a long pedigree in Burgundy -- Bourgogne in French -- especially in the Cote d'Or department from which this chard hails.
Le president a fait de l'acceleration de la mise en oeuvre des reformes et du raccourcissement des delais administratifs, un objectif cle pour raviver la croissance et faire baisser le chomage lors d'un deplacement, lundi et mardi, en Cote d'Or.
The best - from France's Cote d'Or in Burgundy are seriously expensive - but excellent cheaper alternatives are available from the New World and in particular Chile.
com and top things off with a square of dark chocolate Ctry Cote d'Or Noir 86% Cacao).
Macon Blanc, St Veran, Macon Clesse etc are most reasonably prices in supermarkets The finest white wines of Burgundy are from the Cote D'Or around and south of Beaune.
The third edition of Great Domaines of Burgundy: A Guide to the Finest Wine Producers of the Cote D'Or offers a completely revised, updated edition of a classic work on the wines of Burgundy, offering nearly forty new entries and surveying nearly 140 of Burgundy's best producers.
Beginning in France and Belgium, Cote d'Or premium dark chocolate will now contain cocoa from farms that meet the sustainability standard of the Rainforest Alliance Certified(TM) program.
uk) is based on a philosophy of winemaker Jacques Lardiere selecting different grapes from 'climats' or vineyard sites within the Cote d'Or and blending them into something he calls a mosaic.