"Since 1957, the Nuiton-Beaunoy wine growers have been proud to hold the banner high for the values of their cooperative, a model of solidarity and authenticity. We are a group of associated wine growers with a sense of community, passionate about our region and proud of our vines.
Take a look at our website to discover our history, news and plans for the future, but above all to arouse your interest in our wines, the fruits of our labour and of our convictions."

A region rich in vineyards deeply rooted in the slopes of the Côte de Beaune, Côte de Nuits, Les Hautes-Côtes de Beaune and Hautes-Côtes de Nuits. The vineyards of the Cave des Hautes-Côtes are spread over a region made up of a mosaic of climates, producing a wide variety of wines from the famous Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grape varieties.

It all began back in 1957, in the small village of Orches, nestled beneath a limestone cliff in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune area. At the time, they were just a small group of ten or so wine growers, who had no idea how big their venture would become. And yet these pioneers were already convinced that they would be stronger together. A few decades later, the Cave des Hautes-Côtes, the only cooperative wine cellar in the Côte d’Or region, is proud of its heritage and has expanded to include 80 members.

The wine growers associated under the Nuiton-Beaunoy name grow their wine across a great many vineyards in the region, designated by the French “appellation” classification system as Regional, Villages, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus.

Nuiton-Beaunoy has a wide range of wines offering infinite variety for you to discover.

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The wine growers of the Cave des Hautes-Côtes support a responsible environmental policy, promoting respect for the vines, the growing region and its people.

The Cave has therefore committed to the “Vignerons Développement Durable” (sustainable development for wine growers) initiative, which promotes a viable, fair and sustainable approach. This label guarantees that economic growth takes place with respect for the environment, as well as for social concerns and impact on the region.