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Bourgogne Vézelay AOC
Description to Bourgogne Vézelay AOC
Regional appellation in Burgundy (France). The vineyards cover 67 hectares of vineyards in the four municipalities of Asquins, Saint-Père, Tharoiseau and Vezelay in the Yonne department. The history of Vézeley, which dates back over a thousand years, was established in 858/859 with the foundation of a Benedictine justified, which, like all Catholic orders, dealt intensively with viticulture. Winegrowing culture existed much earlier through the Romans, whereupon the remains of a wine god found under the church of Saint-Étienne Bacchus consecrated temple. Only white wines made exclusively from the variety are permitted Chardonnay, See also under Bourgogne and Burgundy classification,
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