Category Communal appellation
This appellation includes the premier cru climats shown below.
Red wines from the assigned area of this appellation can claim the appellation CÔTE DE BEAUNE-VILLAGES
Commune of production Auxey-Duresses
- for the premier cru climats the name of the appellation my 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 alone
- or for red wines only by the words Côte de Beaune
Climats classed as premier cru Climat du Val, Clos du Val, Les Bréterins, La Chapelle, Reugne, Les Duresses, Bas des Duresses, Les Grands Champs, Les Ecussaux
Colours and grape varieties Reds, Pinot
Whites, Chardonnay
Area in production Assigned : 170 ha including 32 ha classed as premier cru
Under production :
reds, 100,20 ha
whites, 34,50 ha
Maximum yield per hectare Reds, 40 hl
Whites, 45 hl
Annual average crop Reds, 4,735 hl (about 1,435 hl 1er Cru)
Whites, 1,925 hl (about 120 hl 1er Cru)
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Source: BIVB & Pitiot+Servant's The Wines of Burgundy (1999)

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