Discovering the wine region of Côtes de Toul
Côtes de Toul is a wine of controlled origin since 1998. In 1951, a major replanting campaign was undertaken. It is produced in the area located west of Nancy and south-west on the left bank of the Moselle, in Meurthe-et-Moselle to be precise. The vineyard, spread over 100 hectares, benefits from a southern and south-eastern exposure resulting in ideal climatic conditions (optimal sunshine).
It produces mainly grey wine from Gamay grapes. The latter is obtained by immediate pressing of the grapes that have just been harvested. The white wine is made from the Auxerrois grape variety, while the red wine is made from Pinot Noir. The white and grey wines are recommended with shellfish, fish, quiche and charcuterie, while the red wine goes better with red meat.