Rully, rambling village in Burgundy’s côte chalonnaise providing about 70% white wine. The wines are attractive early and rarely age well, being grown on light and sandy soil. Rully is also a good source of sparkling crémant de Bourgogne. Nineteen vineyards in the village, one-sixth of the total, are designated premiers crus, with Grésigny, Rabourcé, and Les Cloux being the most frequently seen.
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