MapSavigny map
CategoryCommunal/Village appellation since 08/12/1936, originally only for villages and 21/05/1970 for Premier Crus.
A village that was nearly 50% planted with gamay in the early 1800s. This appellation now also includes the premier cru climats shown below:
Commune(s) of productionCôte d’Or > Savigny-lès-Beaune
– for premier cru climats this appellation may be followed either by the words Premier Cru, or by the name of the climat of origin, or both
– for climats not classed as premier cru by the name of the climat/lieu-dit alone.
22 Climats are classed as premier cruAux Clous, Aux Fourneaux, Aux Gravains, Aux Guettes, Aux Serpentières, Basses Vergelesses, Bataillère, Champ Chevrey, La Dominode, Les Charnières, Les Hauts Jarrons, Les Hauts Marconnets, Les Jarrons, Les Lavières, Les Marconnets, Les Narbantons, Les Peuillets, Les Rouvrettes, Les Talmettes, Les Vergelesses, Petits Godeaux, Redrescul
Villages ‘Lieux-Dits’ allowed on labelsAux Champs Chardons, Aux Champs des Pruniers, Aux Fourches, Aux Grands Liards, Aux Petits Liards, Aux Pointes, Dessus de Montchenevoy, Dessus les Gollardes, Dessus les Vermots, Ez Connardises, Grands Picotins, Guetottes, Le Village, Les Bas Liards, Les Bourgeots, Les Godeaux, Les Gollardes, Les Goudelettes, Les Petits Picotins, Les Peuillets, Les Pimentiers, Les Planchots de la Champagne, Les Planchots du Nord, Les Prévaux, Les Ratausses, Les Saucours, Les Vermots, Moutier Amet, Roichottes
Colours and grape varietiesRed: pinot noir. Allowed ‘accessory’ varieties: (15% maximum) chardonnay, pinot blanc or pinot gris
No Rosé
White: chardonnay and/or pinot blanc, with an ‘accessory’ grape (15% maximum) of pinot gris
Potential area in productionAssigned:
354.54 ha, plus 142.25 ha which are classed Premier Cru.
Maximum yield per hectareRed Villages – 50 hl/ha
Red Premier Cru – 40 hl/ha
White Villages– 57 hl/ha
White Premier Cru– 48hl/ha
2018 CropRed Villages: 8,933 hectolitres
White villages: 2,088 hectolitres
Red Premier Cru: 6,015 hectolitres
White Premier Cru: 598 hectolitres
1 hectolitre (hl) = 100 litres = 133 bottles
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Source: BIVB

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