Burgundy wines are historically and internationally renowned. Located in the north-east of France, this vineyard benefits from an exceptional geographical situation. For centuries, the vines have been divided into precise plots known as ‘Climats’. They benefit from highly specific geological and climatic conditions which shape the typicality of each wine.

This region is influenced by a semi-continental climate with cold, harsh winters, late frosts and warm, sunny summers. The 2 main grape varieties of Burgundy are pinot noir for red & rosé wines and chardonnay for whites.