LA CÔTE CHALONNAISE
The Côte Chalonnaise is situated in the department of Saône-et-Loire. It is a question of one of the subdivisions of the vineyard of Burgundy (with the Basse Burgundy, the Côtes de Nuits, the Côtes de Beaune and Mâconnais). The Pinot noir, the major vine, is often associated with the Chardonnay, with the Aligoté and with the Gamay. The Côtes Chalonnaise produces as well white wines as red wines of which their reputation is often excellent. She account five famous naming which are Mercurey, Montagny, Givry, Rully.