In Red as in white, the Côtes de Nuits Village is one of the nuggets of Burgundy. Accessible and pleasant, Henri IV was the wine of Dominical happiness. With less than 5000 bottles produced per year, Blanc de la Côtes de Nuits wines are not very popular and the appellation is recognized mainly for its 100% Pinot Noir reds. They are square, virile, but have a nice roundness to the palate, they will perfectly accompany lamb and pork roasted long. Among the famous climates and places of the appellation you will find: Les Essards, Ormeaux, La Mazière ...
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- Côte de Nuits - Burgundy - Red Wine
The Côtes de nuits-Villages appellation produces red (Pinot Noir) and white (Chardonnay) wines. They are supple wines, charming and fond. The Côte de Nuits-Villages 2013 proposed by Maison Joseph Drouhin is a 100% Pinot Noir of a bright ruby offering an intense robe. The nose is harmoniously perfumed, delivering woody and fruity notes, like cherry and...16/20J. Suckling 88