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.
It's made by an estate that's made wine in Burgundy for 300 years and has 130 hectares of vines in the Cote D'Or.
But you don't have to go to Burgundy's Cote d'Or to find sous-bois.
The 20 hectare clay and limestone rich terroir makes it the largest and most interesting monopole in the Cote d'Or.
Saint George (Ethiopie) - Cote d'Or (Seychelles) 2-0 3-0
NOON After picking up a picnic of cheeses, pates and breads in the market in the walled town of Beaune in Burgundy, I'd cycle through the beautiful vineyards of the Cote d'Or.
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.
Pinot noir is the venerable red grape of Burgundy and many of the wines of the Cote d'Or, around Beaune and Nuits St George, are world famous and command huge prices.
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.
tested in 2010-2011 Department department, km (95% CI, %) ([dagger]) Moselle 46 Haute-Marne 102 Bas-Rhin 103 0/41 (< 7) ([section]) Cote d'Or 184 Oise 282 Loir-et-Cher 375 Hautes-Pyrenees 789 0/14 (< 19) ([section]) Corsica 749 Pyrenees Atlantiques 815 2011-2012 No.
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.