Wines

From the Auxerre region to the north and the Beaujolais hills in the south, Greater Bourgogne offers a vast diversity of terroirs, memories and tastes!


Our territory benefits from exceptional geographical conditions, but it doesn’t end there…we have a climate that favours winegrowing, distinctive geology, outstanding grape varieties and incomparable soils – all of which contribute to the creation of internationally celebrated wines. And we mustn’t overlook the know-how, handed down from generation to generation, of our winegrowers.
Naturally, all wines from La Burgondie are born from the work of our cooperative winegrowers.

Flashcode, a valuable tool
On every back label of wines from La Burgondie there is a Flashcode which, after scanning, gives direct access to information about the wine concerned.
This is not a generic information page - but a mine of information for those who wish to learn more.

STILLS WINES

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Appellations régionales
Coteaux Bourguignons Chardonnay
Bourgogne Chardonnay
Bourgogne Aligoté
Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Chardonnay
Mâcon-Villages Chardonnay
Mâcon-Azé


Villages
Saint-Bris
Chablis
Rully
Mercurey
Givry
Montagny
Viré-Clessé


Premiers crus and Climats
Montagny
Chablis 1er Cru
Montagny 1er Cru
Montagny 1er Cru “Les Coères”
Viré-Clessé “En Long Champ”



RED


Appellations régionales
Coteaux Bourguignons Gamay
Coteaux Bourguignons Pinot Noir - Gamay
Bourgogne Gamay Noir
Bourgogne Pinot Noir
Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Pinot Noir
Mâcon-Azé
Beaujolais
Beaujolais Villages


Villages
Irancy
Rully
Mercurey
Givry
Chénas
Brouilly
Juliénas


Premiers Crus and Climats
Mercurey 1er Cru
Moulin-à-Vent

CRÉMANTS DE BOURGOGNE

Crémant de Bourgogne Réserve
Crémant de Bourgogne Blanc de Noirs
Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé
Crémant de Bourgogne “Exception Brut Intense”
Crémant de Bourgogne “Exception Brut Intense Rosé”

OUR MAGNUMS


Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Chardonnay
Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Pinot Noir
Montagny
Mercurey (rouge)
Crémant de Bourgogne Réserve


REGIONAL APPELLATIONS

Bourgogne wines make up four main categories. They are, in increasing order of rarity: the Regional Appellations, Communal Appellations, Premier Crus and Grand Crus.

Regional Appellations account for more than half of Bourgogne’s viticutural output and are produced from the whole of the region’s vineyards, or one of its sub-categories.

COTEAUX
BOURGUIGNONS

CHARDONNAY

Fruity and appealing dry white wine


Crystalline, pale yellow colour.
A bouquet of citrus notes, white-fleshed fruits and white flowers (acacia).
Supple, fruity and fresh, it is very appealing in the mouth.


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BOURGOGNE
CHARDONNAY

Fruity and enticing dry white wine


Clear and bright.
A bouquet of citrus, white-fleshed fruit (pear), stone-fruit (fuzzy peach) and white flowers (hawthorn).
Floral and fruity, it is full and juicy in the mouth with a lively finish.


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BOURGOGNE
ALIGOTÉ

Crisp and appealing dry white wine


Pale golden colour with silver glints.
A citrus bouquet with notes of white-fleshed fruits (pear, peach).
It is aromatic and refreshing thanks to its acidulated nature and the saline finish.


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BOURGOGNE
CÔTE CHALONNAISE CHARDONNAY

Appealing and mineral dry white wine


Pale golden colour, limpid, with silver glints.
A bouquet of flowers (acacia), citrus, and white-fleshed fruit (pear).
It is straightforward, rich and cheery in the mouth with an intense mineral finish.


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MÂCON-VILLAGES CHARDONNAY

Finely-cut and flavourful dry white wine


Limpid, golden-yellow colour.
A bouquet of citrus, flowers and white-fleshed fruits along with hints of almonds.
Finely-cut and appealing, it is refreshing in the mouth with an elegant finish.


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MÂCON-AZÉ

COTEAUX BOURGUIGNONS GAMAY

COTEAUX BOURGUIGNONS PINOT NOIR - GAMAY

Supple and appealing red wine


Ruby red colour with purple glints.
Aromas of ripe red and black fruit berries (raspberries, cherries, blackberries) alongside notes of plums.
A supple and appealing red wine, it is full of crunchy fruit with lots of body.


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BOURGOGNE
GAMAY NOIR

BOURGOGNE
PINOT NOIR

Supple and appealing red wine


Ruby red colour with purple glints.
Aromas of red and black fruit berries (bilberries, cherries, blackberries, strawberries).
Structured and silky, it is supple in the mouth with soft tannins.


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BOURGOGNE
CÔTE CHALONNAISE
PINOT NOI
R

Supple and appealing red wine


Ruby red colour with purple glints.
Aromas of ripe red and black fruit mingle with animal notes and smoky, forest floor nuances.
Silky and structured, it gives flavours of violets in the mouth along with soft tannins.


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MÂCON-AZÉ

BEAUJOLAIS

BEAUJOLAIS VILLAGES


VILLAGES

Communal Appellations, also known as Village Appellations, are surprisingly uncommon in Bourgogne!

They are, in fact, terroirs located in one or more communes where the right conditions for quality wine production are found. Such vineyards are commonly situated at the extreme upper and lower parts of the slopes within the different “Côtes”.

SAINT-BRIS

Lively and crisp dry white wine


Light golden colour with silvery glints.
Notes of citrus (grapefruit, mandarin) and exotic fruits (litchi, mango) blend with broom flower and boxwood.
Tense in the mouth and thirst-quenching with an acidulated finish.


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CHABLIS

Pure and finely-cut dry white wine


Pale gold with green glints.
Notes of white-fleshed fruits (pear, apple) and citrus along with lime tree flowers and spice.
Both rich and mineral in the mouth with a nicely saline finish.


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RULLY

Generous and floral dry white wine


Golden colour with green glints.
A bouquet of white flowers (acacia, honeysuckle) alongside white and yellow-fleshed fruit.
Straightforward and refreshing in the mouth with a honeyed finish.

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MERCUREY

Flavourful and elegant dry white wine


Golden colour with green glints.
A bouquet of white flowers (acacia, hawthorn) along with notes of almonds and spice (cinnamon, pepper).
Flavourful, elegant and well-structured in the mouth with a fine finish.


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GIVRY

Straightforward and mineral dry white wine


Golden colour.
Aromas of white and yellow-fleshed fruit with nuances of lemon.
Straightforward and well-balanced with a mineral finish.


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MONTAGNY

Tense and crystalline dry white wine


Pale gold colouring with silvery-green glints.
A bouquet with both floral (acacia, lily of the valley) and fruity notes (pear, white peach, fresh grapes).
Rich, refreshing and mineral in the mouth, it has a very fine finish.


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VIRÉ-CLESSÉ

IRANCY

Rounded and generous red wine


Deep purple colouring.
Notes of black fruits, flowers and spice.
Well-structured and velvety in the mouth with lots of freshness.


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RULLY

Rounded and generous red wine


Deep, ruby red colour.
Aromas of red and black fruits with a hint of pepper.
It is dense yet elegant in the mouth with silky tannins.


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MERCUREY

Rounded and generous red wine


Ruby red colour.
Intense aromas of red and black berries (raspberries, redcurrants, blackberries) with notes of forest floor, violets and spice.
Well-structured and appealing in the mouth with soft tannins and a fine finish.


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GIVRY

Silky and generous red wine


Intense, ruby red colour.
Aromas of red and black fruits with a hint of liquorice.
Structured and powerful in the mouth, it is elegant with silky tannins.


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CHÉNAS

BROUILLY

JULIÉNAS


PREMIERS CRUS AND CLIMATS

Premier Crus are named localities (“Climats”) within the Communal Appellations, identified for distinctive characteristics giving better wines. The name of the AOC is followed by the name of the locality classified as a Premier Cru. There are hundreds such Premier Cru Climats in all of Burgundy. These wines represent the jewels in the crown of our viticulture.


“Climat”: a very precise definition
Each Climat in Burgundy is a vineyard plot, officially defined and bearing its own name for hundreds of years. It has its own history and benefits from distinctive geological and climatic conditions. A wine produced from a Climat also has its own specific taste and its place in the quality hierarchy (Regional Appellation, Village, Premier Cru and Grand Cru). > Learn more

“When one talks of a Climat in Burgundy, you don’t raise your eyes to the sky, you lower them to the ground.”
Bernard Pivot, writer

MONTAGNY

Aromatic and delicate dry white wine


Limpid golden colour with green glints.
A bouquet of white flowers (honeysuckle, hawthorn, acacia), white-fleshed fruits (pear, peach) and hazelnuts.
Well-structured and elegant in the mouth with good minerality.


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CHABLIS 1ER CRU

Stylish and noble dry white wine


Pure and luminous pale gold.
Aromas of pears, lemons, soft spices, hazelnuts and almonds.
Complex mineral and iodine notes give finesse and elegance in the mouth with a remarkable finish.


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MONTAGNY 1ER CRU

Elegant and mineral dry white wine


Luminous golden colouring with green glints.
A bouquet of white flowers and ripe fruit with notes of hazelnuts and toasted almonds.
Juicy, rich and appealing in the mouth with a fine mineral finish.


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MONTAGNY 1ER CRU
“LES COÈRES”

Intense and mineral dry white wine


Luminous crystalline aspect.
Aromas of fruit and flowers with notes of almonds and candied quince.
Straightforward, rich and structured in the mouth with a fine mineral finish.


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VIRÉ-CLESSÉ
“EN LONG CHAMP”

MERCUREY 1ER CRU

Stylish and generous red wine


Deep red colouring.
Aromas of red fruit with notes of undergrowth, coffee and cinnamon.
Rich, juicy and concentrated and in the mouth with firm tannins.


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MOULIN-À-VENT


CRÉMANTS DE BOURGOGNE

In 1822, some wine merchants from Chalon-sur-Saône with vineyards in Rully and Mercurey invited a young winemaker from Champagne to their estates. This initiative resulted in the birth of sparkling white wine in Burgundy. In 1975, the appellation Crémant de Bourgogne welcomed stricter production conditions, traditional yet demanding know-how and high quality winemaking. This wine is only available as sparkling white (under the names Blanc de Blancs or Blanc de Noirs) or sparkling rosé and they are mostly “Brut”.

Our winegrowers cultivate the vines for the production of Crémant (using mainly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay); the harvest is vinified in our wineries and then transformed into sparkling wine by Caves Bailly Lapierre - whose reputation is highly esteemed.

CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE
RÉSERVE BRUT

Delicious and lively sparkling wine


Pale luminous golden colour with pink and silver glints.
Notes of citrus and juicy orchard fruit (pears and apples).
Lively, crisp and straightforward in the mouth, the finesse of the effervescence gives great freshness.


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CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE
BLANC DE NOIRS BRUT

Suave and rich sparkling wine


Deep luminous golden colour festooned with fine bubbles.
Notes of violets, red fruit (redcurrants, strawberries) and soft spice.
Vinous and well-structured, it offers a combination of strength, balance and finesse.

CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE
ROSÉ BRUT

Intense and joyful sparkling wine


Pale, luminous pink colouring.
Notes of red fruit, forest fruit (wild strawberries, blackberries), dried fruit (apricots), biscuits and Viennese pastries.
Finely-cut, thirst-quenching and aerial in the mouth with a superb finish.


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CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE
“EXCEPTION BRUT INTENSE”

Fresh and irresistible sparkling wine


Brilliant, pale golden colour.
Notes of biscuit and ripe stone-fruit with a touch of white flowers and sweet almonds.
Pure, profound and mineral in the mouth with remarkable length.

CRÉMANT DE BOURGOGNE “EXCEPTION BRUT INTENSE ROSÉ”

Intense and charming sparkling wine


Golden-pink colouring with light orange glints.
Notes of rose petals, red fruit, biscuits, sweet almonds and cherry pips.
Tender, subtle and aerial in the mouth with a finish that says “more !”.



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