Origin : Aligoté is a very old grape variety in Burgundy, it exists as far back as the 17th century, from Chablis to Mâcon, and, in particular, in Saône-et-Loire and in the Hautes-Côtes of Côte d’Or.
It produces “Burgundy Aligoté” a dry, fresh and enjoyable white, which should be drunk young. Aligoté is a grape variety with small bunches of grapes (about 10 cm) with small spherical grapes
Origin : Chardonnay prefers marly-calcareous clayey soil where it can develop all of the elegance and finesse of its aromas. It’s the proportion of clay in the soil which determines the more or less aromatic and full-bodied style of the great dry white wines of Burgundy. This Burgundy wine is a balanced blend of grapes coming from the Côte de Beaune for the structure and from the Mâcon region for their freshness and minerality. The Cuvée Elégance is the result of the talent of our Cellar Master who has selected Chardonnay grapes harvested at perfect maturity and has aged the wine in 20% new barrels.
Origine : Village in the south of the Côte de Beaune, Chassagne provides the vines a hillside with an east/southeastern exposure between Puligny-Montrachet and Santenay. This designation successfully blends the two great Burgundy grape varieties. Surface area: 300 ha of which 55% white wines. Soil: brown limestone and clayey for the whites and calcareous marls for the reds. The Vergers parcel is on the border of Saint-Aubin, below the Macherelles and Chenevottes. This part of Chassagne seems to have been dedicated to the culture of fruit trees. 9 ha 41 ares 22 ca, of which 8 ha in white wines with an eastern exposure.
Origin :This typical village, capital of the great white wines of Burgundy, owes its worldwide reputation to the high quality of its white wines made with Chardonnay grapes. The vineyards cover two sides of the hill at an altitude of 260-270 metres facing east to south. The soil is essentially composed of marls and limestone rocks. We remark that 4% of the production of the village is red wines (Volnay side).