The Burgundy vineyard is one of the most famous wine-growing areas in the world.

It stretches 250km from the north in Chablis to the south in Macon.

There are about 100 Appellations d’Origine Controlée (AOC), spread over 29,500 hectares.The region produces red wines (33.8%) and white wines (59.5%). The particularity of Burgundy, compared to Bordeaux for example, is that it is composed of numerous small vineyards, many of which are really small parcels of vines. The grapes are Pinot Noir for the reds and Chardonnay for the whites.

Producers in this region