Gevrey-Chambertin, the largest village in Cotes D’Or, boasts over 800 acres of vineyards, dating back to the 7th century. Despite its prolific nature, Gevrey has a history of both excellence and mediocrity. Known for its traditionally intense and powerful style, it offers a diverse range. Navigating requires reliance on reputable producers like Rousseau and Bruno Clair. With 26 Premier Crus, the renowned Combe de Lavaux hosts impressive vineyards, benefiting from a natural cooling breeze. Nine grand crus, including Chambertin and Clos Beze, grace the mid-slope along the Routes des Grand Crus. Chambertin's name originates from a 13th-century peasant, Bertin. Other grand crus bear the Chambertin name, such as Charmes, Mazoyeres, Mazi, Ruchottes, Griottes, and Chapelle. Gevrey-Chambertin, a historic wine region, embodies Burgundy's rich viticultural legacy.

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