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France | Côte Chalonnaise, Burgundy

Côte Chalonnaise Vineyards

The Côte Chalonnaise is a continuation south of the Côte d’Or vineyards and is probably the least-known, yet certainly the best-value wine district in Burgundy. It is a straight-forward source of wine as there are only five appellations; two that are exclusively Chardonnay production and three that produce both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

The Côte Chalonnaise is an area renowned for the production of fine Crémant de Bourgogne, whilst in Bouzeron, it also has the only single-village appellation of Aligoté wine. Key wines to look out for and certainly worthy of consideration are those from Givery, Mercurey, Montagny and Rully.

 

Olivier Leflaive Montagny 1er Cru Bonneveaux 2018

From £25.95 - per bottle
Bonneveaux is a beautiful, sunny vineyard, giving wines that combine freshness with a certain ‘gourmandise’... Read More...

Domaine de Villaine Mercurey Les Montots 2017

From £32.95 - per bottle
A Mercurey of its own kind, complex, well structured and perfect for ageing... Read More...

Domaine de Villaine Bourgogne Aligoté de Bouzeron 2015

From £22.50 - per bottle
Domaine de Villaine is the private holding of Aubert de Villaine, the co-owner... Read More...

Olivier Leflaive Rully 1er Cru Rabourcé 2016

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The Olivier Leflaive Rully 1er Cru Rabourcé is sourced from a very steep... Read More...

Olivier Leflaive Montagny 1er Cru Bonneveaux | Magnum (150cl)

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Olivier Leflaive's Montagny Bonneveaux 1er Cru is made from Chardonnay grapes sourced from... Read More...

Domaine de Villaine Rully Les Saint-Jacques

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Domaine de Villaine's 'Les Saint-Jacques' parcel is located at the foot of an... Read More...