Our Burgundy wines come from a winemaker that has chosen to produce three distinctive wines corresponding to the appellations Côte de Beaune Villages Red, Côte de Nuits Villages Red, Mâcon Villages White.

Each of these wines is obtained by the blending of the best selection of "cuvees" that come from the reputed villages associated within these appellations. The aim is to obtain the best balance between the tannins, alcohol and fruit with minimum intervention, and to preserve the "terroir" quality of these magnificent wines. The result: Burgundy wines of an excellent quality at an affordable price.

 

Burgundy (Bourgogne) is a region located in east central France. It is one of the most terroir-oriented regions in France, beginning 100 kilometers south of Paris and spreading down to Lyon. The region's core is the fertile Rhone and Saone river valleys. Burgundy's wines are among the world's most distinguished. With 400 different different types of soil, the region has a quality heirarchy defined by location, including Chablis, Côte d'Or (Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune), Côte Chalonnaise, Mâconnais and Beaujolais. Red Burgundy wines are usually made with the Pinot Noir grape, and white Burgundies with Chardonnay grapes as dictated by the AOC, while Beaujolais uses the Gamay grape.