Côte de Beaune


AOC Village

Grape variety


Located at the southern extremity of the Côte de Beaune, Santenay was known in Gallo-Roman times for its hot springs. The source "Santinae aquae" (healing waters) gave the village its name.
The appellation's 830 acres cover the lower slopes of the Mont-de-Sène hill, at altitudes of up to 300 metres where the vines benefit from idea exposure ranging from eastern to southern.
Although the wines are red for the most part, some terroirs are well-suited to the cultivation of Chardonnay grapes, which yield precise, elegant wines.


The nose features delicate scents of white flowers, citrus and exotic fruits. The palate is full bodied and rich, and also boasts minerality with saline accents, lending freshness and energy to the overall tasting experience.

Food/wine pairing

Taste this wine with finely prepared fish and seafood, or with roasted or stewed poultry and white meats.

Serving and keeping

Serve between 12 and 14°C (53-57°F).
To enjoy young on the fruit or to keep 3 to 5 years.


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