Saint-Aubin

Saint-Aubin

Appellation Saint-Aubin

The Saint-Aubin appellation is an AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) in Burgundy, France, known for producing both white and red wines. Saint-Aubin is located in the Côte de Beaune area, southeast of Beaune and north of Chassagne-Montrachet.

Saint-Aubin is best known for its white wines, which are mainly made from the Chardonnay grape. These wines often exhibit fresh acidity, minerality and complexity. The soils in this area vary greatly, resulting in diverse styles of white wine. Some plots have calcareous soils that can contribute to the elegance and vibrancy of the wine, while others have more clayey or siliceous soils that can give a different texture and character to the wine.

Although less common than white wines, red wines are also produced in Saint-Aubin. These red wines are usually made from the Pinot Noir grape and can vary in style, from light and fruity to more structured and powerful, depending on the specific location of the vineyards.

The white wines from Saint-Aubin are often characterized by aromas of citrus fruits, green apples, nuts and mineral notes. They generally have good acidity and can be able to mature, adding complexity and depth.

The red wines generally exhibit aromas of red fruit such as cherries and strawberries, with earthy notes and sometimes subtle spiciness. The style of the red wines can vary depending on the specific terroir and vinification methods.

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