Nos vins de Bourgogne

Filter By



  • €646.00 - €851.00





Active filters

  • Domaine: Domaine du Clos De Tart

The wine region of Burgundy, located in eastern France, is a true gem in the world of wine. Famous for its fine and prestigious wines, it holds a special place in the hearts of wine enthusiasts worldwide. Nestled between the plains of the Saône and the foothills of the Jura mountains, this region enjoys a continental climate with semi-continental influences, creating ideal conditions for vine cultivation.

The terroir of Burgundy is exceptionally diverse, with soils rich in limestone, clay, marl, and other unique geological compositions. However, it is the way Burgundian winemakers harness these terroirs that makes the wines of the region so distinctive.

The grape varieties are another essential element of Burgundy's magic. Indeed, the region is primarily known for its single-varietal wines, showcasing the unique characteristics of each grape. Here are the two main grape varieties:

    • Pinot Noir : This delicate and demanding red grape is the undisputed king of Burgundy. It gives birth to exceptional red wines, particularly in the iconic appellations of the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Burgundy wines made from Pinot Noir are distinguished by their elegance, finesse, and subtle aromas of red fruits and spices.

  • Chardonnay : The white grape variety Chardonnay is the other major player in Burgundy. Used to produce remarkable dry white wines, it offers an aromatic palette ranging from citrus and white fruits to buttery and mineral notes. White wines from Burgundy are produced in prestigious appellations such as Chablis, Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault, and many others.

Burgundy is also famous for its unique classification system, based on vineyard plots. The wines of the region often carry the names of their individual vineyard sites or "climats", emphasizing the importance of terroir in producing exceptional wines. Burgundy appellations, such as Grand Cru, Premier Cru, and Village, offer insights into the qualitative hierarchy of vineyards.

Whether you discover a structured Gevrey-Chambertin, an elegant Volnay, or a refined Puligny-Montrachet, each sip of Burgundy wine takes you on a unique sensory journey. Burgundy is truly a captivating wine region where tradition, craftsmanship, and terroir come together to create exceptional wines, celebrating the art of winemaking and the pleasure of tasting

French wine regions :

Wines from the world :