Coteaux Bourguignons was formerly called Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire or Bourgogne Ordinaire, a designation given in the 1930s for wines deemed everyday wines. The category allows for the use of a wider variety of grapes, including muskat, Cesar, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc. This designation is a sort of testing ground for producers to try out exciting new blends and terroirs and still be part of Burgundy. Nathalie's parcel is located in Vosne-Romanee and is mostly planted to Pinot Noir, but there are some old vines of Gamay scattered throughout the vineyard, which is why this is labeled as Coteaux Bourguignons. This was too good to be replanted to 100% Pinot Noir, so Nathalie chose to leave it as is, even if that meant bottling it under a lesser classification. Incredible and rare juice that has deep upfront appeal while still carrying a bit of that Vosne-structure and terroir. A do not miss bottle for the Burgundy lover from the smallest producer in Vosne-Romanee. Only 600 bottles produced.