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Age of the vines
The Maranges area, which grows mainly Pinot Noir plus some Chardonnay, forms a link between the Côte-d'Or and the Saône-et-Loire. Its vineyards are interlocked with those of neighbouring Santenay, with which it shares some well-thought-of Premiers Crus. The vineyards mostly have a South/South-westerly exposure and lie at altitudes of 240-400 metres. Depending on the location some brown limestone soils and limey marls cand be found as well.
Cordon de Royat style pruning. Change of stakes, input of a fourth wire to favorize the ripeness and improve the quality of the grapes. Average yields between 28 & 35 hectoliters per hectare, low vigor. Soil maintenance, Ploughing, manual digging when requires, interceps maintenance.
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