Côte Chalonnaise

Located between the Côte de Beaune up north, and the mount of the Mâconnais region in the south, The Côte Chalonnaise stretches its vines on 25 Km long and 7 Km width

For white wines, the Côte Chalonnaise has its own peculiarity which is the Bouzeron AOP. In fact it is the only Village AOP (Protected Origin Appellation) that is produced with the Aligoté grape, every other white Village appellations from Burgundy are made with Chardonnay grape.

North, Rully produces fruity and soft red and white wines, as well as Crémant de Bourgogne renowned for a long time.

Montagny, in the south, only makes white wines, different of those from Rully, they have more bouquet and are more powerful.

We regularly vinify all villages wine from this Côte like Montagny, Rully, Mercurey, Givry et Bouzeron either to bottle, or to supply our customers with attractive wines in bulk

In the center of the Côte Chalonnaise, Mercurey and Givry produce mainly red wines that can go head to head with those from Côte de Beaune in term of quality.


Regarding reds, production is focused on only three villages :

  • Rully
  • Mercurey
  • Givry

We elaborate and age regularly these three appellations highly demanded by our customers for its excellent value for money compared to wines from the Côte de Beaune and especially Côtes de Nuits