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Nuits-St-Georges

The Côte de Nuits takes its name from the famous village of Nuits-St-Georges at its southern tip, but there is not a grand cru to be found in this comparatively large area. This may be because the winemakers of the 1930s refused to pay the higher taxes that went with such an appellation. So there are, instead, around 40 premier cru vineyards. Quality, as well as style, can be highly variable in Nuits-St-Georges but at its best is worthy of its fame.

The Côte de Nuits takes its name from the famous village of Nuits-St-Georges at its southern tip, but there is not a grand cru to be found in this comparatively large area. This may be because the winemakers of the 1930s refused to pay the higher taxes that went with such an appellation. So there are, instead, around 40 premier cru vineyards. Quality, as well as style, can be highly variable in... read more.

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In this large area of diverse soils there are a range of red wine styles. Everything from the delicate to the powerful can be found and the name of the producer is the best way to gauge what will come out of the bottle. A small amount of white wine is also produced.

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  1. Nuits Saint Georges, Domaine Jean Chauvenet

    Nuits Saint Georges, Domaine Jean Chauvenet, 2015 75cl

    Fresh and intense Nuits St Georges with aromas of wet soil and red fruits. The palate is rich and intense with red berry dominance and liquorice supporting. The finish is elegant. These flavours will harmonise over time, adding to the complexity. 

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