Appellation for red, rosé and white wines named after the municipality of the same name Cote de Nuits at the Cote d'Or in the Burgundy, The vineyards cover 240 hectares in the parishes of Marsannay-la-Côte, Cheôve and Couchey. The rosé is unusual for Burgundy. This was developed by Joseph Clair (now Domaine Bruno Clair) in 1919 and became a standard. The majority of the red wines (170 ha) and rose wines (30 ha) produced make up the largest share. You will be out Pinot Noir with max. 15% Chardonnay. Pinot Blanc and Pinot gris generated. The white wines cover almost 40 hectares. They are made from Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc, as well as max. 10% Pinot Gris produced. There is none as Grand Cru or Premier Cru classified locations. According to Marsannay, the location name ( Climat respectively. Lieu-dit ) can be specified.