Blagny

Blagny

Bourgogne Blagny

Blagny is a small appellation within the Burgundy region of France. This appellation is best known for its wines produced in the villages of Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet.

The white Chardonnay wines from Blagny, especially those from Puligny-Montrachet, are known for their elegance, freshness and complexity. Aromas and flavors in these white wines can vary, but notes of citrus, peach, minerality and hazelnut are often noted. Red wines from Blagny can vary in style, with some being light and fruity and others showing more structure and depth.

The terroir of Blagny is characterized by calcareous soils that contribute to the complexity of the wines, especially in the white varieties. The location on the hills of the Côte de Beaune contributes to the characteristic properties of the wines, such as their freshness and minerality.

Some prestigious plots within Blagny are known, such as the Blagny La Pièce sous le Bois, which offers excellent conditions for growing the Chardonnay grape.

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