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Introduction

The Côte Chalonnaise is an undulating landscape to the south of the Côte de Beaune, stretching from Bouzeron to Montagny. The soils are similar to the Côte de Beaune: a mixture of limestone, gravel and clay. Although further south and therefore enjoying fractionally more sunshine, it is actually more exposed than the Côte d’Or.

Five villages stand out: Givry, Montagny, Mercurey, Rully and Bouzeron.

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Villages

    bouzeron wine

    BOUZERON

    Bouzeron is the sole Aligoté-only appellation in Burgundy. This rather overlooked grape variety finds its finest expression here. Plantings here are of the superior Aligoté Doré clone.

    Domaine de Villaine

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