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Burgundy Wine

Burgundy is one of France’s most prestigious and complex wine regions. Discover our Burgundy selection below which highlights the quality and diversity of styles this region has to offer.
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What are the best wines in Burgundy?

The finest wines in Burgundy (Grand Cru and Premier Cru) are often considered the best in the world, such as Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in Côte de Nuits. However, the overall quality in Burgundy has improved over the years and now you will find great value wines in the lower village and regional classifications, where more top producers are making wines such as Domaines Leflaive in Mâconnais.

What are the main regions in Burgundy?

There are six main regions called, Chablis, Côte de Beaune, Côte de Nuits, Côte Chalonnaise, Mâconnais and Beaujolais.  Bourgogne Côte d’Or describes wine from both Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.  Within these regions you will find numerous villages, a diversity of wine styles and flavour profiles.  

What are the main grapes in Burgundy?

Although Chardonnay and Pinot Noir reign supreme in Burgundy, Aligoté (white grapes) and Gamay (red grapes) have considerably improved their quality in recent years and should not be forgotten. The diversity of wine and the quality of winemaking makes this region one of the most sought after in the World.

Are there alternative wines to Burgundy?

It is impossible to completely find true alternatives to Burgundy – not only because of the unique growing conditions and terroir but also the history and heritage of producers. There are winemakers all over the world making Burgundian style wines or making wine from traditional Burgundian grapes that we think you should try.

What are the best wines in Burgundy?

The finest wines in Burgundy (Grand Cru and Premier Cru) are often considered the best in the world, such as Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in Côte de Nuits. However, the overall quality in Burgundy has improved over the years and now you will find great value wines in the lower village and regional classifications, where more top producers are making wines such as Domaines Leflaive in Mâconnais.

What are the main regions in Burgundy?

There are six main regions called, Chablis, Côte de Beaune, Côte de Nuits, Côte Chalonnaise, Mâconnais and Beaujolais.  Bourgogne Côte d’Or describes wine from both Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.  Within these regions you will find numerous villages, a diversity of wine styles and flavour profiles.  

What are the main grapes in Burgundy?

Although Chardonnay and Pinot Noir reign supreme in Burgundy, Aligoté (white grapes) and Gamay (red grapes) have considerably improved their quality in recent years and should not be forgotten. The diversity of wine and the quality of winemaking makes this region one of the most sought after in the World.

Are there alternative wines to Burgundy?

It is impossible to completely find true alternatives to Burgundy – not only because of the unique growing conditions and terroir but also the history and heritage of producers. There are winemakers all over the world making Burgundian style wines or making wine from traditional Burgundian grapes that we think you should try.

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