Maranges

The southernmost wine appellation in the Côte de Beaune, produces medium-bodied red wines to be drunk in the short to medium term. The vines stretch across the three villages of Cheilly, Dezize, and Sampigny. Growers would traditionally sell off their grapes or wine off to merchants, before being sold on to the public as Côte de Beaune-Villages. Since 1988, the wines were allowed to be called Maranges. Some growers are starting to bottle and sell their own wines as Maranges, thus starting to build a reputation for this little known appellation. One of the arch exponents are Domaine Bachelet-Monnot. White wines are also made but are very rare.

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2015
 
12x75cl
10
10
£250.00 ib
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6x150cl
4
2
£275.00 ib
ib
6x150cl
0
3
£301.78 dp
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2014
 
12x75cl
10
1
£185.00 ib
ib
6x150cl
0
2
£213.50 ib
ib
12x75cl
0
1
£220.00 ib
ib
2016
 
12x75cl
10
0
£215.00 ib
ib
6x150cl
10
0
£290.00 ib
ib
2017
 
12x75cl
-
-
£230.00 ep
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6x150cl
-
-
£295.00 ep
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