Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Beaune "Les Gueulottes" - a dry white wine, created from Chardonnay grapes, acquainting us with the traditions of winemaking in the Burgundy region. Vineyard "Les Gueulottes" located in the upper part of the zone of Côte de Beaune and is located on a hillside at an altitude of 280-450 meters above sea level. This - the best part of the open area, bathed in generous enough sunlight. It is dominated by marl soils on the slopes also not uncommon limestone inclusions. After hand-picking the grapes are separated from the ridges and exposed delicate pressing. The wort is subjected to alcoholic fermentation at a temperature of 20 ° C. Wine is aged for 10 months in oak barrels, of which 10% is used for the first time.
Domain Capitain-Gagnerot has a long history. Originally it was an estate Gagnerot, founded in 1802. In 1864, the then owner of the estate of Jean-Baptiste gives his only daughter Mary for merchant Francois Capitain. Father-in-law and co-founded a common cause for the production of wine, and the estate was renamed with the prefix in the form of the names of the new co-owner - Captain Gagnaire. In 1946, the new owner of the estate becomes Roger capital inherited after the war 3 hectares of vineyards. As a person with a strong character, Roger put all their strength and capabilities in the development of the family business, and estate were created great Burgundy wines. Business from his father passed to his sons - Patrice and Michel, and today manages the estate son Patrice - Pierre-Francois. Domain owns about 16 hectares of vineyards, located at the boundary of Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Vineyards fragmented, located on a hill and have Corton eastern disposition.