Burgundy white wine



Vineyard: Located in the very south of Burgundy, on the border with the Beaujolais region, the appellation's area extends beyond that of the village. The village of Saint-Vérand bears a "d", but the appellation does not because it is harvested in six villages. It dates back to 1971, and is the second last appellation to be granted in the Mâconnais region. Viticulture : Soil: Jurassic limestone that extends the limestone layers of the Côte d'Or, ideal for Chardonnay. Planting density: 8,500 vines/hectare. Pruning: Guyot. Age: 70 to 80 years Harvest: By hand Yields: deliberately low, between 35 and 40 hectolitres per hectare depending on the year. Small grapes with a high concentration of sugar. Vinification: Very long, cold vinification (between 15°C and 20°C). Ageing: 20% aged in oak barrels for 3 to 5 wines. The rest is matured in vats for 6 to 8 months on fine lees.

  • Wines - Burgundy
  • Burgundy white wine
  • Wine from south of Burgundy
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71570 Saint-Vérand - France


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