Pierre Meurgey Corton Charlemagne


The Corton Charlemagne appellation occupies the highest portion of the Hill of Corton where the gradients are steep (20-23%), almost on the border between the C么te de Nuits and the C么te de Beaune, and at altitudes between 280 and 330 meters. Much of the Corton- Charlemagne appellation faces south-west (which is uncommon in these parts). The Hill of Corton, high and rounded, has vineyards on three sides corresponding to the three villages of Aloxe-Corton, Pernand-Vergelesses and Ladoix-Serrigny.

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