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The Clos de Bèze is one of the oldest vineyards in France. The monks of the Bèze Abbey created it in 630 on their important estate of Gevrey, on the present site of the vineyard, then exploited it until 1219 to sell it to the Chapter of Langres. During the French Revolution, it was confiscated, then sold, divided up and distributed to numerous private owners.
The wines of the cru were already considered the best in Burgundy. In 1932, Julien Damoy pleaded before the judges to authorise the Appellation "Chambertin Clos de Bèze" which could also benefit from the appellation "Chambertin"; these grands crus would become the AOCs we know today. The Chambertin Clos de Bèze is the largest of the 9 Grands Crus of the Gevrey-Chambertin vineyard.
Suggestions for accompaniment
Sweetbread pie with morel mushrooms - Small hot meat pie - Roast chicken.
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