Pooling our unique heritage
The union between Burgundy and Beaujolais makes it possible to form a new heritage made up of the particular history of each of the two regions which are wholly complementary. The alliance perfectly combines harmonious ranges and a promising future together.
This synergy of skills and values allows us to introduce you to a wide selection of wines from our two regions, ever more complete and representing the characteristics of our Terroirs.
Situated in the South of Burgundy, the “Mâconnais” is internationally renowned for its wines made from the regions’ emblematic grape variety, the Chardonnay.
Originally from Burgundy, the Chardonnay is one of the most planted grape varieties in the world. It adapts very easily to its environment; each terroir on which it is planted allows it to express a multitude of personalities. Nevertheless, it is in the Mâconnais basin where there is a plurality of microclimates that the Chardonnay translates into an exceptional typicity through several appellations.
The white Mâconnais wines are characterized by an elegant finesse and expressive notes of white fruits.
- Bourgogne Chardonnay
- Mâcon-Chaintré & Mâcon-Chaintré “climat”
- Saint-Véran & Saint-Véran “climat”
- Pouilly-Fuissé & Pouilly-Fuissé “climats”
The Beaujolais region is made up of 12 appellations, of which 10 are classified as “Crus” and 2 as regional appellations. All of the reds are made using the region’s ruling Grape Variety, Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc.
This grape variety that has been grown in the Beaujolais since the beginning of the 17th century makes the most of limestone-clay soils and a temperate climate, allowing it to express itself to the full. Quite fragile, it requires constant care and attention to ensure that it remains healthy in its chosen homeland.
The full palette of Gamay wines starts with young, fresh and fruity red wines, and evolves towards robust and full-bodied wines that boast great cellaring potential.
- Coteaux Bourguignons