Côtes de Toul


Cotes de Toul is an area in Lorraine in the north-east of France where red, white and rosé wines are produced, though its reputation has declined a little. Gamay is the most commonly planted grape variety and is used in the local pale pink speciality "Vin Gris". The relatively light reds of Cotes de Toul are made with Pinot Noir while Auxerrois is used for dry white wines.



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