The Côte Chalonnaise
In the prolongation of the Côte de Beaune, the vineyards of the Côte Châlonnaise run 25 kilometres from north to south, covering a surface area of 3,800 hectares. They are centred around the town of Chalon-sur-Saône (50,000 inhabitants), 20 kilometres south of Beaune.
The vineyards here are planted on slopes which all face different directions and are interspersed with meadows, fields, and woods. The Villages and Premiers Crus of four principal appellations (Mercurey, Rully, Givry, and Montagny) produce great white and red wines with very distinct personalities. Montagny is the only village that produces white wines only.
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