Les Boudots: This 7.61-hectare Premier Cru climat lies in the northern part of the commune of Nuits-St-Georges, uphill and to the north of the village, along the northern border with Vosne-Romanée, near Aux Malconsorts. Facing east and lying at 250-290 meters, this vineyard has a slope of 18%. The topsoil is a mixture of brown limestone with rocks and fine gravel. and the subsoil is Comblanchien limestone. With its elegance and silky texture, the wines of Les Boudots show far more kinship to Vosne than to Nuits. Allen Meadows describes Les Boudots as “the most gifted Premier Cru in Nuits.” Outstanding examples of the vineyard are produced by Domaine Gérard Mugneret, Domaine Meo-Camuzet and Domaine Leroy.