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Burgundy Red Wines

Burgundy is good if it takes one, the vineyard in France which proves to us how much the terroir is an important element of wine.

Indeed, the vast majority of Burgundy red wines come from a single grape variety: Pinot Noir, even if other grape varieties can produce red wines in Burgundy.
So, a few questions arise:
How to explain such a diversity of wines within the same region? (Castle, Estate, climates, so-called places...)
What are the most famous Burgundy red wines?
Which sub-regions and appellations produce red wine in Burgundy?

There are 5 geographical sectors.

Le Chablisien

Is best known for white wine (Chablis), but there is a nice red wine, Irancy.

La Côte de Nuits

this vineyard extends in the department of the Côte d'Ord de Marsannay to the south of the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges and has 33 appellations with village names all better known than the others. As for example Gevrey-Chambertin, Clos-des-lambrays, Chambolle-musigny, Clos-de-vougeot, Nuits-saint-georges, Côte-de-nuits-villages, Vosne-Romanée whose large domain of Romanée Conti (can to be THE bottle of red wine from Burgundy ..), with its procession of Échézeaux, Grands-Échézeaux, Romanée-Saint-Vivant, Richebourg, la Tâche.

La Côte de Beaune

It extends over the departments of Côte d'Or and Saône et Loire from Ladoix in the north to Santenay in the south, passing through the town of Beaune. It has 27 appellations and has in its ranks very beautiful red wine appellations such as Corton Grand Crus, Pommard, Montrachet and Volnay, but also, Auxey-Duresses, Ladoix, Aloxe-Corton, Pernand-Vergelesses, Savigny-lès -beaune, Chorey-lès-Beaune, Beaune (including the Clos des Mouches), Côte-de-Beaune, Monthélie, Saint-Romain, Meursault (yes also in red ....) Saint-Aubin, Santenay, Maranges, Côte-de-Beaune-villages.

La Côte Chalonnaise

As for it, it extends over 40 km from north to south. There are 6 appellations, but only 4 produce red wine. Burgundy Côtes Chalonnaise, Givry, Mercurey and Rully.

Le Mâconnais

It goes from Tournus to Mâcon is much better known for its dry white wines made from Chardonnay, but the Mâcon and Mâcon Villages appellations also offer red wines.

Other geographical denominations within the AOC Bourgogne produce red wines.

Bourgogne Coteaux Bourguignons




These wines have an excellent price-pleasure ratio.