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Nestled between the Côte d’Or and Mâconnais, the Côte Chalonnaise produces both red and white wines from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Its undulating landscape offers a mixture of limestone, gravel and clay soils, similar to that of Côte de Beaune, although it enjoys fractionally more sunshine.

There are five village appellations: Mercurey and Givry produce mostly red wine with small quantities of white, Montagny is solely white, Rully offers both red and white along with some sparkling wine production, and Bouzeron uniquely has its own appellation for white exclusively made from Aligoté.

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    Part of the Côte Chalonnaise, Bouzeron is unique in that it is the only Burgundian appellation making wines exclusively from the Aligoté grape. A rather overlooked variety elsewhere, plantings of the superior Aligoté Doré finds its finest expression here. 

    The appellation Bourgogne Aligoté de Bouzeron was first established in 1979, but since 1997, the appellation name has been simplified to Bouzeron.

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