Ropiteau Frères Portfolio
This village appellation comes from the Côte de Beaune, in France’s Côte d’Or department. It includes 19 Premier Cru vineyards. The grapes for this wine were grown in the villages of Chassagne-Montrachet and Rémigny. 464 acres are planted with Chardonnay and 314 acres with Pinot Noir.
Meursault is an appellation from the Côte de Beaune. The vineyards are located to the south of Beaune and cover a surface area of 919 acres. Meursault is best known for its white wines which represent 95% of production.
Puligny-Montrachet is one of the greatest white wines of Burgundy, one of the five jewels in the crown of the famous Côte de Beaune. As such, it is of course made from the great white grape variety of Burgundy, named after a small village in the region, Chardonnay.
Puligny-Montrachet, in the Côte de Beaune, is an appellation that covers a surface area of 529 acres. It includes 17 single vineyards classified as Premier Cru that represent 247 acres. The commune of Puligny-Montrachet also produces 4 Grands Crus.