Cote de Beaune
Located in the southern part of the Côte d'Or, the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune begins with Ladoix Serrigny and finishes with the Maranges. Its calcareous plateau that feeds some of the best vineyards of the region, with the city of Beaune as its wine trading capital. Cote de Beaune is a sub region of Burgundy AOC.
Burgundy is also know for its Sparkling Wines known as AOC Cremant de Bourgogne. In fact, wine producers and merchants started making and selling sparkling wine in Burgundy at the start of the 19th century. By 1943, they obtained the AOC "Bourgogne Mousseux” designated white, red and rosé wines produced by second fermentation in the bottle. In 1975 the AOC Cremant de Bourgogne, was created only for white or rosé wines.
Cremant de Bourgogne. It is known under four different names : white Cremant de Bourgogne, Cremant de Bourgogne whitest of whites, Cremant de Bourgogne whitest of reds and rosé Cremant de Bourgogne. The Cremant de Bourgogne appellation was segmented into Eminent and the higher quality Grand Eminent.
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