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The history of Labouré-Roi is closely linked to that of Nuits-Saint-Georges, in the heart of the iconic Côte de Nuits. Founded in 1832, Labouré-Roi is today one of the most respected names in Burgundy.

These historical roots in the heart of one of the most fragmented and exacting wine-producing regions in the world have shaped a philosophy focused on excellence and discovery. For nearly 200 years, Labouré-Roi has enabled wine lovers from all over the world to access the prestigious appellations of these legendary vineyards.

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The area of the Côte de Beaune-Villages appellation spreads across 14 villages: Auxey Duresses, Blagny, Chassagne Montrachet, Chorey lès Beaune, Ladoix, Maranges, Meursault, Monthélie, Pernand Vergelesses, Puligny Montrachet, Saint-Aubin, Saint-Romain, Santenay, and Savigny lès Beaune.

These villages can, for their red wines, choose to produce wine under their own appellation or under the Côte de Beaune-Villages appellation.
Brown limestone soil, with red stones, ferruginous oolites, yellow limestone, marls, clay, and sand.
- Varied slopes, often fairly inclined.
- South-eastern and southern exposure.
- Altitudes from 180 to 280 meters.


The Pinot Noir is the grape variety of the Côte de Beaune-Villages.
- Density of 10 000 feet/ha.
- Guyot or « cordon de Royat » pruning.
- Manual harvest, occasionally mechanic.


Try it paired with the traditional Burgundian dish of pinot noir sauce and poached eggs « oeufs en meurette », grilled lamb cutlets, donkey meat sausage, a spicy pizza, roasted beef with garlic, gizzards in salad or a good camembert cheese.


Serve at a temperature of 15 °C. (59°F.)


This wine can be enjoyed now or it can be kept for up to three to five years in optimal conditions.