List of products by brand Bourgogne Côte d'Or

The red wines of the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation have a cherry red color, with deep ruby red reflections. The nose expresses notes of cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry, with nuances of pomegranate and peony. The palate shows suppleness and delicacy, with fine tannins and a luscious fruity material, slender towards a fresh and light finish.


The white wines of the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation display a pale yellow gold color, with silvery yellow-green reflections. The nose evokes notes of lemon, pear, almond, acacia flowers and hawthorn, sometimes with anise, peach, linden, mint and pineapple. The palate expresses a luscious fruity substance well coated, becoming more saline and lemony in the finish, with nuances of liquorice and brioche.

Red: its freshness and fruity presence will brighten up your aperitifs in the presence of a mixed plate of cold cuts and cheeses, a gourmet salad and a warm toast of your imagination. Continue with grilled poultry, white meat or roast beef, served with various vegetables. Light soft cheeses will also highlight the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation. You can punctuate your meal with a fresh raspberry cheesecake.
Operating temperature: 14 to 15°C.


White: its balance between roundness and freshness makes it accessible for an aperitif with tapas, goose rillettes toast, poultry terrine, salmon toast and lemon cream. The Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation appreciates fine fish in sauce, buttered snails, a chicken fillet with Parmesan, as well as soft and creamy soft cheeses.
Operating temperature: 10 to 12°C.

The vineyards of BOURGOGNE CÔTE D'OR extend over 65 km long, one to two kilometers wide, from Dijon to Maranges. The Côte d'Or geographically includes the Côte de Beaune and the Côte de Nuits. The reputation of its wines is such that it gave its name to the department during the Revolution.
The vineyard has been present since Antiquity, then developed with the monastic orders, the Dukes of Valois, trade and the development of communication routes. The establishment of Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée led the winegrower owners of the villages of the Côte d'Or to impose a hierarchy of the terroirs of the Côte, claiming a delimitation and protection of their crus.
In 2017, the producers of the Regional Appellation "Bourgogne", located in the Côtes de Beaune and Nuits obtained the additional mention "Bourgogne Côte d'Or", thus becoming a Bourgogne Identified as a Regional Appellation, corresponding to specific geographical areas in the Burgundy appellation area.

The vineyard of BURGUNDY CÔTE D'OR is presented in a diagonal oriented from north-east to south-west, organized in a succession of hillsides located between 200 and 450 meters above sea level, with a temperate climate, with hot and dry nuance. The vineyard is mainly exposed to the south-east and occupies the foothills of the Coast, on soils composed of ancient alluvium: scree and clay colluvium, clay silt and gravel at the exit of the valleys.

source: BIVB

The red wines of the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation have a cherry red color, with deep ruby red reflections. The nose expresses notes of cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry, with nuances of pomegranate and peony.


The white wines of the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation display a pale yellow gold color, with silvery yellow-green reflections. The nose evokes notes of lemon, pear, almond, acacia flowers and hawthorn, sometimes with anise, peach, linden, mint and pineapple.

Red: its freshness and fruity presence will brighten up your aperitifs in the presence of a mixed plate of cold cuts and cheeses, a gourmet salad. Light soft cheeses will also highlight the Bourgogne Côte d'Or appellation. You can punctuate your meal with a fresh raspberry cheesecake.

White: its balance between roundness and freshness makes it accessible for an aperitif with tapas, goose rillettes toast, poultry terrine, salmon toast and lemon cream.

The vineyards of BOURGOGNE CÔTE D'OR extend over 65 km long, one to two kilometers wide, from Dijon to Maranges. The Côte d'Or geographically includes the Côte de Beaune and the Côte de Nuits. The reputation of its wines is such that it gave its name to the department during the Revolution.

In 2017, the producers of the Regional Appellation "Bourgogne", located in the Côtes de Beaune and Nuits obtained the additional mention "Bourgogne Côte d'Or", thus becoming a Bourgogne Identified as a Regional Appellation.

The vineyard of BURGUNDY CÔTE D'OR is presented in a diagonal oriented from north-east to south-west, organized in a succession of hillsides located between 200 and 450 meters above sea level.

source: BIVB