Burgundy Grand Cru

Grand Cru is the highest level in the vineyard classification of Burgundy. There are a total of 550 hectares of Grand Cru vineyards, of which 356 hectares produce red wine and 194 hectares white, or 2% of Burgundy's total 28,000 hectares of vineyards. In 2010, 18,670 hectolitres of Burgundy Grand Cru wine was produced, corresponding to 2.5 million bottles, or just over 1.3% of the total wine production of Burgundy.

The origin of Burgundy's Grand Crus can be found in the work of the Cistercians who, among their vast land holdings, were able to delineate and isolate plots of land that produced wine of distinct character.

Today Burgundy’s Grand Crus are amongst the most sought after and expensive wines in the world thanks to their exceptionally high quality and scarcity.

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Colour Region Vintage Wine Size Cs Bts GBP
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Burgundy2010Corton Charlemagne, Louis LatourBT201,050.00cs98 JSAdd to Basket
Burgundy2009Chablis Vaudesir, Billaud-Simon BT10360.00
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Burgundy2009Chevalier Montrachet la Cabotte, Bouchard Père et FilsJB-1980.00bt93/95 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2009Corton Charlemagne, Domaine Ambroise BT10840.00cs90 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2008Corton Charlemagne, Domaine Ambroise MG10900.00cs91/93 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2008Montrachet, Vincent Girardin MG102,850.00cs92/95 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2007Montrachet, Etienne SauzetBT067,800.00cs97 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2006Corton Charlemagne, Domaine de MontilleDM-1400.00bt92/95 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2005Montrachet, Domaine Ramonet

Not in original carton

cs94 AMAdd to Basket
Burgundy2004Bâtard Montrachet, Maison Henri Boillot

In original 12 bottle carton

BT03200.00bt Add to Basket
All prices exclude UK duty & VAT and all wines are offered subject to remaining unsold. E&OE.
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