Vineyard Maps of Burgundy (Cote de Beaune & Cotes de Nuits), Sylvain Pitiot

SKU #1012148

These are the two large maps of Burgundy that you often see mounted (including in our stores). They include detailed maps of all the vineyards. The first map covers the Cote de Beaune, and the second the Cote de Nuits. Each is 150 x 58 cm (~59" x 23") and covers the lieu dits, as well as the Premier and Grand Cru vineyards, color coded to show classification. They also have topographic contours, helping in getting a sense of the lay of the land. They come in a protecting tube, ready for you to mount and hang. A must for Burgundy Lovers! (Keith Wollenberg, K&L Burgundy Buyer)

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Staff Image By: Jeremy Bohrer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/15/2012 | Send Email
There are NO BETTER maps of Burgundy's vineyards than these. Beautiful enough to have framed but educational enough to learn where your favorite burgundies hail from. Impress your friends and hang these on the wall in your cellar.

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