appellations

Carte des appellations Savigny Les Beaune

SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU AUX SERPENTIERES

Vineyard planted in 1959.
Surface Area: 0,35 hectares (0.86 acres)
Located under the premier cru Les Guettes, at mid-slope.
Brown soils produce a deep, elegant, and charming wine.

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BOURGOGNE BLANC LES CHAMPLAINS

Vineyard planted in 1993 and 1996 on an eastern-facing slope.
The wines display more richness, roundness, and fullness.
The soil contains many rocks, as testimony to the neighboring quarries.

A small altar resides here. It was constructed by the domaine team, paying respect to the Bize family.

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BOURGOGNE BLANC LES PERRIERES

Vineyard planted in 1967 and 1968.
Surface Area: 1,50 hectares (3.71 acres)
Vineyard located on the hillside overhanging the village of Savigny.
The white wine is structured, dry, with a very long finish and beautiful minerality.

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BOURGOGNE ROUGE LES PERRIERES

Half the vineyard was planted in 1971 and the other half in 1974.
Surface Area: 2,20 hectares (5.43 acres)
Vineyard located on the hillside overhanging the village of Savigny. The soil, full of rocks, produces a very full red wine, quite firm and with a good aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE BLANC

Sourced from multiple vineyard plots.
A dry white wine, whose minerality sets off its roundness and fruitiness. Generally a wine endowed with a balanced structure, a nice freshness and finesse. Lots of charm and pure pleasure in this wine. To be drunk between two to four years or more.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU LES TALMETTES

Vineyard planted in 1968 and 1978.
Surface Area: 0,80 hectares (1.98 acres).
facing south.
Clay-limestone soil.
Close to des Vergelesses, and in the same style.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU LES VERGELESSES blanc

Vineyard planted in 1936
Surface Area: 0.30 hectares
This vineyard plot falls into the premier cru Pernand-Vergelesses Ile des Vergelesses. Soil composed of sandy marl and limestone, on a very steep slope. This red wine is among the best premier crus of Savigny, with a lovely bouquet and excellent aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU LES VERGELESSES rouge

Vineyard planted by thirds: in 1939, 1949, and 1954.
Surface Area: 2,20 hectares (5.43 acres), of which 1/3 is planted in Chardonnay and 2/3 in Pinot Noir.
This vineyard plot falls into the premier cru Pernand-Vergelesses Ile des Vergelesses. Soil composed of sandy marl and limestone, on a very steep slope. This red wine is among the best premier crus of Savigny, with a lovely bouquet and excellent aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU LES FOURNAUX

Vineyard planted in 1962 and 1963.
Surface Area: 1 hectare (2.47 acres)
The name refers to an oven used for melting ore and alludes to open-pit mining.
The terroir is very rocky at the top of the vineyard, and the soil is deeper at the bottom.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU LES MARCONNETS

Pinot Noir vineyard planted in 1973.
Surface Area: 0,80 hectares (1.98 acres)
The name references a spring. Deep, sandy soil.
Terrain profond et sablonneux.
A fleshy and rich wine, with excellent aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE BLANC

Sourced from multiple vineyard plots.
A dry white wine, whose minerality sets off its roundness and fruitiness. Generally a wine endowed with a balanced structure, a nice freshness and finesse. Lots of charm and pure pleasure in this wine. To be drunk between two to four years or more.

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CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE GRAND CRU

Chardonnay vineyard (mass selection) planted in 1938.
Located on the southwest side of the Corton hill, a very steep slope in the commune of Pernand Vergelesses.
A great wine of power and richness, whose inherent pleasure can partially disguise the force that is reaffirmed in the finish. An enhanced touch of minerality assures the firmness of the wine’s structure. A grand cru that is well-balanced, full, and long, requiring 8 to 10 years in bottle before reaching its climax.

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ALOXE-CORTON LE SUCHOT

Vineyard planted in 1985.
Surface Area: 1 hectare (2.47 acres) on a small mound.
Vineyard located at the foothill of Corton.
A very rocky clay soil. This terroir favors the richness and power as well as the finesse and ampleness of the cru. A cellaring wine.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE BLANC

Sourced from multiple vineyard plots.
A dry white wine, whose minerality sets off its roundness and fruitiness. Generally a wine endowed with a balanced structure, a nice freshness and finesse. Lots of charm and pure pleasure in this wine. To be drunk between two to four years or more.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE LES BOURGEOTS

Vineyard planted between 1965 and 1978.
Surface Area: 3,50 hectares (8.65 acres)
A moderately deep soil, with white clay-limestone composition.
Gives very perfumed wines, to be drunk relatively young.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE 1er CRU AUX GUETTES

Vineyard planted in 1965.
Surface: 0,50 hectares (1.235 acres)
This terroir is halfway up a very steep slope, with a full southern exposure.
Shallow clay-limestone soil, dominated by red earth.
A wine displaying rather strong structure and very good aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE AUX GRANDS LIARDS

Vineyard planted by thirds: in 1939, 1950, and 1979.
Surface Area: 1,60 hectares (3.95 acres)
located under les Laviéres on limestone soil, marked by reddish clay gravel. The wine has more backbone, is more masculine, with a very good aging potential.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE BLANC

Sourced from multiple vineyard plots.
A dry white wine, whose minerality sets off its roundness and fruitiness. Generally a wine endowed with a balanced structure, a nice freshness and finesse. Lots of charm and pure pleasure in this wine. To be drunk between two to four years or more.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE LES BOURGEOTS

Vineyard planted between 1965 and 1978.
Surface Area: 3,50 hectares (8.65 acres)
A moderately deep soil, with white clay-limestone composition.
Gives very perfumed wines, to be drunk relatively young.

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SAVIGNY-LES-BEAUNE BLANC

Sourced from multiple vineyard plots.
A dry white wine, whose minerality sets off its roundness and fruitiness. Generally a wine endowed with a balanced structure, a nice freshness and finesse. Lots of charm and pure pleasure in this wine. To be drunk between two to four years or more.

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LATRICIERES-CHAMBERTIN GRAND CRU

Pinot Noir vineyard planted in 1961, 1971, and 1981.
Surface Area: 0,33 hectares (0.82 acres)
An impoverished and shallow marl and limestone soil. Next-door neighbor of the grand cru Chambertin.
The wine affirms itself as relatively powerful, but its richness harmonizes nicely with the finesse and elegance of the wine. It is wise to wait a few years before drinking while this grand cru reaches its potential in the cellar.

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