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Côte-d'Or

(kōt-dôr), department (1990 pop. 496,200), E France, largely in Burgundy, partly in Champagne. DijonDijon
, city (1990 pop. 151,636), capital of Côte-d'Or dept., E France, the old capital of Burgundy. It is a transportation hub and industrial center with food, metal-products, and electronics industries.
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uk): A blend of pinot grapes from some of the top villages in the Cote d'Or, its delightful cherry nose with hints of spice leads to richer, berry fruits, with a smooth, silky palate and sweet spice on the fresh finish.
The Cote d'Or is responsible for producing some of the most expensive and famous red wines from the pinot noir grape, while the Beaujolais area produces wine with the very light tasting black gamay grape and is often best drunk young.
By the end of 2012, the company has committed to use only cocoa beans from Rainforest Alliance Certified(TM) farms across its entire Cote d'Or and Marabou ranges, equal to some 30,000 tons of beans.
The finest and most expensive Pinot Noirs in the world are made from grapes grown along the great Cote d'Or (the "golden hillside"), running south from Dijon - the heart of Burgundy.
Also available are Cote d'Or Petits, bite-size 10-gram pieces of chocolate, 24 to a package, in either Lait (milk) or Noir de Noir (54percent cacao) for $5.
In a romantic atmosphere with candlelights decoration on the tables, overlooking the marvelous view of the pool and the Red Sea, and the magical sound of Piano, the guests of the award winner Cote D'or restaurant will celebrate an unforgettable night.
IF YOU fancy some posh choc but without the hefty price tag you could opt for a bar of Cote d'Or (left) (from 64p).
Marina Etherington, 71, felt a sharp pain and began bleeding from the mouth when she bit into the free sample of Cote D'Or which she was handed by a Tesco in-store promoter last week.
The complexity, particularly within the heartland, the Cote d'Or, is that there are some 500 different place-names within a 30-mile stretch of vineyard.
The most revered reds come from the Cote d'Or, which is further divided into the Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune.
Archives departementales de la Cote d'Or (hereafter ADCO) B2 458/4, seigneurial court of Billey, Grands-Jours, Aug.