Aloxe-Corton and Savigny-Les-Beaune. They are more similar to the jammy reds of Savigny or Beaune than they are to the tannic reds of Aloxe-Corton. Generally they are fruity and soft and meant to drunk within the first three to five years of their lives. In the past most Chorey-Les-Beaune was sold as generic Cote de Beaune-Villages but the success of certain producers has seen more Chorey-les-Beaune bottlings. They can offer good value and typically go between $20-$35 a bottle.
Notable Recent Vintages: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2005
Top producers of Chorey-Les-Beaune (in no particular order) include:
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