CôtedOr

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Côte d'Or

(koʊt ˈdɔr)

n.
a range of hills in E France SW of Dijon.
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One-fifth the size of Bordeaux and located in central, eastern France, the Bourgogne villages run north to south and the four main white wine growing areas are Chablis, Coted'Or, Cote Chalonnaise and Maconnais.
A few are the subject of local traditions, as at Villers-Rotin (Coted'Or) where it is claimed that Napoleon sat under the tree drinking a glass of milk while ogling the local damsels.
L'economie bourguignonne vue de l'Exposition, Progres de la Coted'Or 13 November 1937.