Rully

The controlled designation of origin Rully , recognized in 1939, is one of the oldest appellations of Burgundy . The vineyard is located in the south of Burgundy, on the production area of ​​the Côte Chalonnaise , where the wines of appellation Bouzeron, Mercurey, Givry or Montagny are also produced. All are famous but still little...
The controlled designation of origin Rully , recognized in 1939, is one of the oldest appellations of Burgundy . The vineyard is located in the south of Burgundy, on the production area of ​​the Côte Chalonnaise , where the wines of appellation Bouzeron, Mercurey, Givry or Montagny are also produced. All are famous but still little known. The vineyards of Rull y stretch over 340 hectares, between Beaune and Chalon sur Saône, in the villages of Chagny and Rully, on a terroir particularly adapted to Chardonnay, which accounts for 64% of vines, compared to 36% Pinot Noir, For the production of red Rully wines. The soils are predominantly clay-limestone, of which a quarter was classified in 1er Crus for their high quality: The wines from these terroirs are more ample, structured and complex. In all 23 climats (plots) of the appellation Rully are classified in 1er Cru. The white wines of Rully are of a pale gold color, shaded by green reflections. The nose particularly white flower (Hawthorn, Acacia ...) can also be lemon or rifle, depending on the soil. In the mouth, the freshness of Rully Blanc wines is superb. Generally not wooded, they are fringands and without heaviness. They accompany magnificently fine-fish and crustaceans. On the cheese side, they are the ideal companion for pressed pressed pasta (county, Gruyère ...). The red wines of Rully are dressed in rubies, and sometimes intense garnet for the wines classified in first cru. Marked by their grape variety, Pinot Noir, their nose develop notes of black and red fruits, with a slightly spicy side. They taste easily, and one finds a predominant fruity of the fine tannins but present. They can be kept for a few years. To advise on poultry, of course louans. On www.defivin.com, it seemed logical to promote the appellation Rully, still little known despite the finesse of its wines and a very good value for money. A purchase that we advise you to discover the wines of Burgundy and their beautiful fruity.
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