Côte-d'Or is a French department located in the Burgundy region. The Côte d'Or is divided into two parts, the Côte-de-Nuits, from Dijon to Côte-de-Saint-George, a privileged enclave where some of the best red wines in the world reign proud and unattainable, and the Côte de Beaune, more homogeneous in its soils and somewhat earlier in maturation, but which produces some of the best red Pinot Noir wines.

Pinot Noir for the reds and Chardonnay for the whites, which means that it is not possible to have complementary varieties, unlike in other great vineyards in the world, that can mitigate the climatic effects of the different vintages when making wine.

Cote de Nuits wines