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Burgundy:
Some premier cru wines are produced from _______ and do not carry _______.
several Premier Cru vineyards in the same village
the name of an individual vineyard
Burgundy:
Village appellation wines are produced from_____ or ________?
a blend of wines from supposedly lesser vineyard sites within the boundaries of one of 42 villages, or from one individual but non-classified vineyard.
Burgandy:
Wines from each different village are considered to have_______?
They're own qualities and charagteristics depending on the village.
Burgundy:
How are village wines labeled?
village name is on label and sometimes if applicable the name of a single vinyard where it was sourced.
Burgundy:
Regional appellation wines are allowed to be produced from?
the entire region, or over an area significantly larger than that of an individual village.
Burgundy
At the Village, Premier Cru and Grand Cru level only what kind of wines are found?
red and white
Burgundy:
Aside from red and white wines, regional appellations also allow the produciton of what kind of wines?
sparkling and rose.
Burgundy:
Name the 3 groups that regional appelltions can be divided into?
-AOC Bourgogne
-Subregional
-Wines of specific styles or other grape varieties
Burgundy:
What is the AOC Bourgogne designation?
the standard or "generic" appellation for red or white wines made anywhere throughout the region, and represent simpler wines which are still similar to the village.
Burgundy:
AOC Bourgogne wines may be produced at _____ hectoliters/hectar.
55
Burgundy:
Subregional appellations cover _______?
a part of burgundy larger than a village.
Burgundy:
Subregional communes do not have_____?
a village appellation
Burgundy:
An example of a subregional appellation lable would be.
Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune
Burgundy:
The subregional level is sometimes described as
intermediate between AOC Bourgogne and the village level
What are the Other 2 AC's for Burgundy
AC Bourgogne Aligoté (which is primarily made with the Aligoté grape), minimu 9.5%ABV

ACBourgogne Passetoutgrains (Reds and Rose with a minimum 1/3 pinot noir and the rest Gamay) 9.5%ABV

and sparkling Crémant de Bourgogne.
Burgundy:
How are Chablis appellations classified? and what is the minimum ABV of each?
AC Grand Cru 11%abv
AC Premier Cru 10.5%abv
AC Chablis 10%
AC Petite Chablis 9.5%

**Bourgogne Tonnerre AC- a recent appellation for wines from 6 communes around the town of Tonnerre.
Burgundy, Chablis:
Locaton:
Cote?
Grape:
Soil:
Aromas:
Northenrmost region of burgundy close to champagne.
Cote de Beaune
Chardonnay
Clay & limestone
Mineral,butter, nuts
Burgundy:
The northen location of Chablis means that the soil has a lot of _____ and the wines are less _____ than in warmer regions.
acidity
fruity
Burgundy:
Sometimes the flavors of chablis wines are described as ____ and _____
steely and minerally.
Burgundy:
Typically how long are Chalis aged?
Grand cru aging?
Premier Cru aging?
2 to 5 years
5 to 12 years
3 to 7 years
Burgundy:
The levels of chablis classifications reflect the differences in _____ and _____ in this region.
soil and slope.
Burgundy:
The Chablis appellaiton covers what slopes?
the lower slopes of south-facing sites, and the middle slopes with less favorable aspect.
Burgundy:
The Chablis Premmier Cru vines cover?
slopes on both sides of the River Serein, most facing either southwest or southeast. The main block lie southwest of the town, on the left bank of the valley
Burgundy:
The Chablis Grand Cru vines cover what area?
one small area on the right bank of the River Serein
Burgundy:
Name the 7 grand cru vineyards of Chablis.
Bougros
Les Preuses
Vaudésir
Grenouilles
Valmur
Les Clos
Blanchot
Burgundy, Côte d’Or:
What 2 regions in the Côte d’Or divinded into?
Côte de Nuits & Côte de Beaune
Burgundy:
Where is Côte d'Or located?
In the heart of burgundy just south of Chablis
Burgundy:
Côte de Nuits primarily grows?
pinot noir
Burgundy:
Côte de Beaune is well known for _____ but grows _______?
it's whites both chardonnay and pinot noir
Burgundy:
Name the Cote de Nuits appellations including villages. 12 total.
•Chambolle-Musigny
•Côte-de-Nuits-Villages includes:
oBrochon
oComblanchien
oCorgoloin
oPremeaux-Prissey
•Fixin
•Gevrey-Chambertin
•Marsannay
•Morey-Saint-Denis
•Nuits-Saint-Georges
•Vosne-Romanée
Burgundy, Côte de Nuits:
Location:
Soil:
Age:
Aromas:
Northern part of Cote d or
limestone and clay
3 to 5 years
red fruits and licorice.
Burgudny:
What is Marsannay and what is it known for?
A cote de nuits appellation
produces wine of all three colours - red and rosé from Pinot Noir, white from Chardonnay.
Burgudny:
What is Fixin ?
A cote de nuits appellation.
list the cote de nuits grand crus:
Gevrey-Chambertin, Morey-Saint-Denis, Chambolle-Musigny, Vougeot, Flagey-Échezeaux, Vosne-Romanée
Nuits- St. Georges
location?
Soil?
grapes?
type of wine?
Aromas?
in cote de nuits, south of dijon city
Clayey limestone
Rocks
Red: Pinot Noir
White: Chardonnay
Full body red wine
Cherry
Blackcurrant
Truffle
Name the Côte de Beaune Appellations.
•Aloxe-Corton
•Auxey-Duresses
•Beaune
•Chassagne-Montrachet
•Chorey-les-Beaune
•Ladoix
•Meursault
•Monthelie
•Pernand-Vergelesses
•Pommard
•Puligny-Montrachet
•Saint-Aubin
•Saint-Romain
•Santenay
•Savigny-les-Beaune
Volnay
Beaune AOC:
location
soil
grapes
type of wine
aromas
In the Beaune "mountain"
Limestone
Red:
Pinot Noir
White:
Chardonnay
Light fruity red wine
white wine
Red:
Raspberry
White:
White flowers
Grapefruit
Aloxe-Corton is the:
LARGESTE GRAND CRU IN BURGUNDY
Aloxe-Corton
locaiton
soil
grapes
type of wine
aromas
North part of Côte de Beaune
Limestone
Marl
Red: Pinot Noir
White: Chardonnay, Pinot Beurot
Deep colored red wine
Red:
Red fruits
Truffle
White:
Cinnamon, Honey, Butter
Pommard :
location
soill
grapes
type of wine
aromas
in cote de beaune Between Beaune and Volnay
Limestone and red clay
Pinot Noir
Tannic full-body red wine
Black cherry
Blackcurrant
Musk
Volnay :
locaiton
soil
grapes
type of wine
aromas
Between Pommard and Meursault in Cote de Beaune
Limestone
Clay
Pinot Noir
Elegant red wine
Red berry
Raspberry
Violet
the type of wine in Volnay are generally?
are lighter than most other red Burgundies from the Cote d'Or
Meursault :
location
soil
grapes
type of wine
aromas
In Cote de Beaune, south of Volnay and north of Puligny Montrachet
Limestone
Marl
Chardonnay
Mellow dry white wine
Almond
Apple
Nut
Puligny-Montrachet is known for?
is regarded as the home of CHARDONNAY, a reputation based on the general consensus that the world's best DRY white wines are produced here
Puligny-Montrachet AOC contains how many grand cru vinyards?
2
Chassagne-Montrachet :
location
soil
grapes
type of wine
aromas
South of Côte de Beaune
Clayey limestone
Red: Pinot Noir (crappy reds but better whites)
White: Chardonnay
Fruity full-body red wine
Full-flavored white wine
Red:
Cherry
Blackcurrant
White:
Almond
Ripen apple
Honey
Côte Chalonnaise is a
Chalonnaise is a subregion of the Burgundy wine region of France.
Côte Chalonnaise grows what grapes & has how many grand cru vinyars?
pinot noir, chardonnay. no grand cru vinyards
Mâconnais:
location?
known for?
grape
the south of the Burgundy wine region in France, west of the River Saône.
It is best known as a source of good value white wines made from the Chardonnay grape; the wines from Pouilly-Fuissé are particularly sought-after.
chardonnay
Mâconnais wines are
elegant wines for relatively early drinking, not as full-bodied as the great names of white Burgundy but with a much friendlier price tag.
Beaujolais AOC:
describe the wine characteristics and grape varieties
wine generally made of the Gamay grape which has a thin skin and few tannins.. Whites from the region, which make up only 1% of its production, are made mostly with Chardonnay grapes though Aligoté is also permitted. Beaujolais tends to be a very light-bodied red wine, with relatively high amounts of acidity.
Beaujolais produces....
more red wine than burgundy wine regions
list the Beaujolais AOC's
•Beaujolais AOC
•Beaujolais-Villages AOC
•Cru Beaujolais
List Beaujolais Crus:
•Brouilly
•Régnié
•Chiroubles
•Côte de Brouilly
•Fleurie
•Saint-Amour
•Chénas
•Juliénas
•Morgon
•Moulin-à-Vent
•Beaujolais AOC
most of the wine sold from here is?
minimum alchohol level?
AOC covers how many villages & refers to?
Beaujolais Nouveau
9%
covering 60 villages, and refers to all basic Beaujolais wines.
•Beaujolais-Villages AOC
covers how many villages?
in terms of classifications, this category is considered _______.
39
intermediate
•Cru Beaujolais
Is?
Covers wine production in how many villages/areas?
the highest category of classification in Beaujolais
10
The phrase Cru in Beaujolais, referse to _________not a ________.
entire wine producing area, an individual vineyard
The 10 Beaujolais Crus differ in?
character
The following three crus produce the lightest bodied Cru Beaujolais and are typically meant to be consumed within three years of the vintage
•Brouilly
•Régnié
•Chiroubles
List The three crus produce more medium bodied Cru Beaujolais that Master of Wine Mary Ewing-Mulligan recommend needs at least a year aging in the bottle and to be consumed within fours years of the vintage
•Côte de Brouilly
•Fleurie
•Saint-Amour
List The four crus produce the fullest bodied examples of Cru Beaujolais that need the most time aging in the bottle and are usually meant to be consumed between four to ten years after harvest
•Chénas
•Juliénas
•Morgon
•Moulin-à-Vent
LIst the Grand Cru Vineyards of Cote De Nuits
Chambertin-Clos de Bèze

Charmes-Chambertin

Chapelle-Chambertin

Griotte-Chambertin

Latricières-Chambertin

Chambertin

Mazis-Chambertin

Mazoyères-Chambertin

Ruchottes-Chambertin

Bonnes-Mares

Clos de la Roche

Clos des Lambrays

Clos de Tart

Clos Saint-Denis

Bonnes-Mares

Musigny

Clos de Vougeot

Échezeaux

Grands Échezeaux

La Grande Rue

La Romanée

La Tâche

Richebourg

Romanée-Conti

Romanée-Saint-Vivant
List the Grand Cru Vineyards of Cote De Beaune
Corton

Corton-Charlemagne

Charlemagne

Corton

Corton-Charlemagne

Corton

Corton-Charlemagne

Charlemagne

Bâtard-Montrachet

Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet

Chevalier-Montrachet

Montrachet

Bâtard-Montrachet

Criots-Bâtard-Montrachet

Montrachet
AOC Bourgogne wines should be consumed immediately or within how many years of the vintage date?

Burgundy:
Village wines can be consumed how many years after the release date?

Burgundy:
how long should premier cru wines be aged for?

The style of Grand Cru wines from burgundy are meant for _ and should be aged a minimum of_ to_ years.
3 years.

2 to 4 years, but some can keep for longer.

3 to 5 years.

cellaring
5-7 years
Grand Cru wines of Burgundy are make up what % of production in burgundy?
Burgundy:
Premier Cru Wines make up what % of production?
Burgundy:
Village wines make up what % of pruduction?
2%
12%
36%