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The Burgundy Côte Chalonnaise appellation is a recent appellation created in 1990.
It has allowed to give a qualitative criterion to the wines produced by 44 municipalities located north of the Saône-et-Loire by distinguishing them from the regional Burgundy appellation. The wines of this appellation are now very successful: their quality has developed a lot while prices remain very reasonable.
The appellations Village of the Côte Chalonnaise (Mercurey, Givry, Rully, Montagny) are also the focus of attention. qualitatively flawless, they offer much lower prices than their cousins on the Côte de Beaune or the Côte de Nuits.
Today in Côte Chalonnaise, there are wines that are hard to surpass!