Rully

Rully

Rully is a well-known wine appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise region of Burgundy, France. This region is notable for its production of both red and white wines, appreciated for their diversity and character.

Rully's red wines are primarily made from the Pinot Noir grape. These wines often present a fresh and lively style, with aromas of red fruits such as strawberries and cherries. Sometimes subtle earthy and spicy notes are present. Rully's red wines are generally accessible and have a smooth structure.

However, Rully is most famous for its white wines, which are mainly made from Chardonnay. These white wines vary in style, from fresh and mineral to rich and creamy. Aromatic profiles include citrus fruits, peach, white flowers and sometimes subtle hints of oak.

The Rully appellation has a rich history and has developed into a valued source of Burgundy wines. While it may not enjoy the same international acclaim as some other Burgundy regions, Rully offers wines that reflect the local terroir and craftsmanship. It is a destination for enthusiasts looking for the diversity and character of Burgundy wine in both red and white.

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