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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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Another big hitter in the Cote-d'Or, Louis Latour offers great value from Vire Clesse, a relatively new appellation in the Maconnais.
Last, Cote-D'or in France has been made smelly by the cheese it produces.
In France, the proportion of new housing equipped with heat pumps has increased from 3% in 2000 to 6% in 2001, says Marc Benner, EdF's regional chief for the Cote-d'Or.
Cold weather, accompanied by snow and heavy hailstorms, returned in April, causing damage--in some spots severe--in Chablis, Auxerrois and Maconnais, less important in the Cote Chalonnaise and Cote-d'Or.