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Decree of December 11, 1989 relating to the controlled labels of origin “Burgundy”, “Burgundy White grape”, “ordinary Burgundy”, “ordinary Burgundy large” and “Burgundy Pass-All-Grain” - J.O of December 13, 1989 page 15459 Decree of July 8, 1992 relating to the controlled labels of origin, and - J.O Number 162 of July 14, 1992

Art 1st. -

(Modified, D. December 11, 1989). - Only are entitled to the appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy Grand” the red wines and the white wines which, answering the conditions hereafter enumerated, were collected inside the geographical surface of wine Burgundy consisted the territory of the communes whose list appears in the article 1st, first subparagraph, of the decree of modified July 31, 1937 relating to the controlled label of origin “Burgundy” and whose compartmental delimitation is made in accordance with article 3 of the aforesaid decree. (Replaced, D. July 8, 1992) - A titrates transitory, on the following communes: Department of Coast-in Or: Chevigny-in-Valière, Combertault, Corcelles-the-

Arts, Ebaty, Levernois, Merceuil, Montagny-

lès-Beaune, Perrigny-lès-Dijon, Holy-Marie-the-White, Tailly. Department of Yonne: Appoigny, Chichery, Montigny-la-Resle. Department of Saone-et-Loire: Géanges, Saint-Wolf-of-the-room, Chaudenay, Demigny. Pieces, planted in vine at dated December 13, 1989, identified by their cadastral references, their surface and their encépagement, whose list was approved by the national committee of the national Institute of the labels of origin during the meeting of November 4, 1986 and May 31 and June 1, 1990, provided they answer the conditions fixed by this decree and that they were not torn off or were replanted meanwhile, continue to profit for their harvest from the right to the controlled label of origin “Burgundy” until harvest 2005 included. (Addition, D. Oct 14, 1943.) - The rosy wines collected inside the territory thus defined and which answer the conditions imposed on the red wines in the articles below are entitled to name “ordinary Burgundy pale” or “ordinary Burgundy rosy” and “ordinary Burgundy large pale” or “Burgundy large ordinary rosy”.

Art 2. -

(Modified, D. 28 juil. 1938). them wines being entitled to the appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large” will have to come from following type of vines, other than all others: For the red wines: pinots fine and gamay black with white juice, moreover, in the department of Yonne: the césar and the tressot. Nevertheless will be tolerated in encépagement of the vines producing the wine being entitled to said names and throughout one fifteen year the seedlings known as of Rénevey, being specified that as from the year 1938, this type of vine will be interdict in all the new plantations and all the replacements. The local use to incorporate in the vines intended to produce red wines a certain number of white seedlings: pinot white and gray and chardonnay, of which the percentage can amount to 15% to the maximum, remain authorized. For the white wines: pinot white or chardonnay, known as beaunois or aubaine, white grape, melon of Burgundy and, in the department of Yonne: the sacy.

Art 3. -

(Replaced, D. October 1, 1985). - To have right respectively to the appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large”, the wines must come from collected grapes with good maturity and present a minimum natural voluminal title alcoholometric of: 9% for the red and rosy or pale wines; 9,5% for the white wines. Cannot be regarded as being with good maturity any unit batch of vintage having a high content in sugar lower than: 144 grams per liter of must for the red and white wines; 136 grams per liter of must for the rosy or pale wines. Moreover, when the authorization of enrichment by dry sugaring is granted, the wines should not exceed a total voluminal alcoholometric title of 12% for the red and rosy or pale wines and of 12,5% for the white wines, under penalty of losing the right to name considered. However, the benefit of one or the other of names referred to above can be granted to the wines of a total voluminal title alcoholometric higher than the limits referred to above and worked out without any enrichment, if the informant justifies of a certificate issued by the national Institute of the labels of origin of the wines and brandies after investigation carried out into his request presented before the vintage of the vines concerned. The notifications of the exemptions aimed to the preceding subparagraph must be addressed to the local services of the Directorate-General of the taxes and the Management of the consumption and the repression of the frauds. The limits aimed to the subparagraphs above can be modified when the climatic conditions justify it by joint decree of the Minister for agriculture and the minister in charge with the budget and consumption, on proposal of the national Institute of the labels of origin of the wines and brandies, after opinion of the interested producers' associations.

Art 4. -

(Modified, D. August 26, 1982). [The basic output aimed to the article 1st of the decree n° 74.872 of modified October 19, 1974 relating to the producing output of the vineyards of the wines with controlled label of origin is fixed for the wines of names “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large”, with 55 hectolitres for the red and rosy wines and 60 hectolitres for the white wines per hectare.] [See also the decrees n° 74.872 of October 19, 74.958 modified of November 20 - ceiling limits classification: 20%.] [(D. 87.854 of October 22, 1987). - The benefit of name can be granted to the wines coming from the young vines only as from the second year following that during which the plantation was carried out places from there before August 31.]

Art 5. -

Within one year, the commission envisaged with the article 1st will have to provide to the national committee labels of origin of the proposals tending to regulate the density of the plantations and the size. (A. Sept. 17, 1956). Nevertheless from the publication of this decree the practices of the annular incision and all are prohibited other similar and that of the torsion of the vine shoot.

Art 6. -

The wines being entitled to the appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large” will have to come from grapes collected with good maturity and vinified in accordance with the local practice.

Art 7. -

The appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large” could not be reproduced on the labels, marks, prints, stoppers, capsules, seals or any other apparatus of closing, invoices, trade papers, packing and containers that in the condition that the words of “Burgundy” and “Ordinary” or “Large ordinary” are carried there in identical characters of the same form, even dimension and even color.

Art 8. -

The wines for which, under the present decree, the appellation contrôlées will be asserted “ordinary Burgundy” and “ordinary Burgundy large” could not be declared, after harvest, offered to the public dispatched, put on sale or sold without, in the declaration of harvest, the advertisements, on the leaflets, unspecified labels, containers, the labels of origin referred to above being accompanied by the mention “Appellation contrôlée”, in very apparent characters. [The wines of name “Burgundy large ordinary” white can profit, in accordance with the provisions of the decree of November 15, 1967 (cf drives “early product Wines”), of the qualification “Wine of early product”.]

Art 9. -

Use of any indication or any sign likely to make believe in the purchaser that a wine is entitled to the appellation contrôlées “ordinary Burgundy” or “ordinary Burgundy large”, whereas it does not answer all the conditions fixed by this decree is continued in accordance with the general legislation on the frauds and the protection of the labels of origin (L. August 1, 1905 art 1st and 2 - L. May 6, 1919, art 8, D. August 19, 1921, art 3), without damage of the sanctions of a tax nature, if it is necessary. Warning: Information pré senté be on this site are the subject of a clause of nonresponsabilité INAO_19370731_17702/11/2006 Downloadable document: AOC_Bourgogne_ordinaire_-_1992.doc