Un grand cru de Bourgogne est un vin d'appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC), produit dans un des villages viticoles de la côte de Beaune, de la côte de Nuits (le long de la route des Grands Crus) ou de Chablis. Cette appellation est au sommet des quatre catégories bourguignonnes suivantes : appellation grand cru ;dénomination premier cru ;appellation communale ;appellation régionale.

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  • Un grand cru de Bourgogne est un vin d'appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC), produit dans un des villages viticoles de la côte de Beaune, de la côte de Nuits (le long de la route des Grands Crus) ou de Chablis. Cette appellation est au sommet des quatre catégories bourguignonnes suivantes : appellation grand cru ;dénomination premier cru ;appellation communale ;appellation régionale.
  • Grand Cru is the highest level in the vineyard classification of Burgundy. There are a total of 550 hectares (1,400 acres) of Grand Cru vineyards, of which 356 hectares (880 acres) for red wine and 194 hectares (480 acres) for white wine, or 2% of Burgundy's 28,000 hectares (69,000 acres) of vineyards (excluding Beaujolais). In 2010, 18 670 hectoliter 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. Following the French Revolution many of these vineyards were broken up and sold as smaller parcels to various owners. The partible inheritance scheme outlined in the Napoleonic code which specified that all inheritance must be equally divided among heirs further contributed to the parceling of Burgundy's vineyards. This created situations such as the case of Clos Vougeot which was a single 125-acre (51 ha) run by the monks that today is parceled into plots owned by nearly 80 different owners, some of whom only own enough vines to make a case of wine per vintage. In accordance with Appellation d'origine contrôlée laws each of these owners are entitled to use of Grand Cru Clos de Vougeot on their label though the quality, price and reputation of this Grand cru wine can vary widely.
  • Grand Cru é uma "Appellation d'origine contrôlée" (AOC) dos melhores vinhos produzidos na Côte de Beaune e Côte de Nuits na Borgonha, França, e a mais alta das quatro categorias principais que são:Grand cru Premier cru Appellation communale Appellation régionale
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  • Un grand cru de Bourgogne est un vin d'appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC), produit dans un des villages viticoles de la côte de Beaune, de la côte de Nuits (le long de la route des Grands Crus) ou de Chablis. Cette appellation est au sommet des quatre catégories bourguignonnes suivantes : appellation grand cru ;dénomination premier cru ;appellation communale ;appellation régionale.
  • Grand Cru é uma "Appellation d'origine contrôlée" (AOC) dos melhores vinhos produzidos na Côte de Beaune e Côte de Nuits na Borgonha, França, e a mais alta das quatro categorias principais que são:Grand cru Premier cru Appellation communale Appellation régionale
  • Grand Cru is the highest level in the vineyard classification of Burgundy. There are a total of 550 hectares (1,400 acres) of Grand Cru vineyards, of which 356 hectares (880 acres) for red wine and 194 hectares (480 acres) for white wine, or 2% of Burgundy's 28,000 hectares (69,000 acres) of vineyards (excluding Beaujolais).
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  • Grand cru (Bourgogne)
  • Grand Cru
  • List of Burgundy Grand Crus
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