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Hautes-Côtes de Nuits blanc, Dom. Duband - 2022

The Hautes Côtes is a high altitude terroir rich in limestone, which makes it particularly suitable for white wines and therefore for Chardonnay as an aperitif! The colour is pale yellow with brilliant reflections. The nose is very fresh, with hints of yellow fruit and hazelnut. The mouth is greedy, with a beautiful combination of tension and generosity.
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Age of the vines: 45 years. Southern exposure. Limestone and marl soils. The vines are located in Chevannes and are 50 years old.


The grapes are hand-picked and pressed as whole bunches without de-stemming. After 24 hours of settling, fermentation starts without the addition of commercial yeasts. The wine is then aged 70% in vats and 30% in new barrels for 16 months, during which time some stirring of the lees takes place. The wine is lightly filtered before bottling, depending on the vintage.

Suggestions for accompaniment

It is the wine for marbled ham and cold starters!


The Domaine David Duband, located in Chevannes, in the heart of the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits, claims 23 prestigious appellations, from Nuits-Saint-Georges to Gevrey-Chambertin. 17 hectares of vines are cultivated according to the organic ethics required by the Ecocert label. The Domaine also buys grapes from small winegrowers who manage their vines in an environmentally friendly way. But before studying its current production in detail, let's look back at its origins and the unusual career of this real troublemaker, David, a generous man with a heart of gold. When David Duband joined his father Pierre at the head of the family wine estate, his family was farming 15 hectares of vines in Chevannes. Just out of the "VITI" in Beaune, he started to make wine with his first vintage, 1991. This was an opportunity for an enterprising and talented mind to test and experiment with all the winemaking techniques in order to obtain great Burgundy wines. His philosophy was drawn from his father's work in the vineyards and from the sound advice of his mentor, Robert Jayer, a winemaker in Magny-les-Villers. He also listened to the teachings of his cousins during courses at the Arlaud and Pierre Amiot estates in Morey-Saint-Denis. It is also his love of the great achievements of the Dujac estates in Morey-Saint-Denis or Armand Rousseau in Gevrey-Chambertin that have inspired him and guided his...


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