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Burgundy climats and clos
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The Burgundy 'climats' designate little patches of vines well delimited which differ from each other by their extremely singular characteristics (geology, altitude, exposure, grape variety...) When enclosed by a low stone wall, climats are called 'clos', like the Clos de Vougeot. There are exactly 1,463 climats in Burgundy, some known since the Middle Ages. Their size varies, from a few ares for the smallest to a few dozen hectares for the largest. Since 2015, the 'Climats, terroirs of Burgundy' have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage.
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