From Chablis to the south of Burgundy, we select the best terroirs.
The Chablis region is the paradise of fine, dry white wines made from the Chardonnay grape,with iodized overtones derived from a very special limestone soil, known as Kimmeridgian. Fish and seafood are their perfect partners!
The Côte de Nuits is the celebrated kingdom of the Pinot Noir where villages with mythical names (Vougeot, Chambolle, Nuits-St-Georges, etc.) populate a narrow strip of land. Wines synonymous with elegance and complexity age slowly down in the cellars. The wines’ fruity and spicy flavours are best brought out by meats which are grilled or slowly simmered.
The Côte de Beaune lies near the town of Beaune, the capital of Burgundy wines and famous for its Hospices.
Here, the white and red wines enjoy exceptional conditions: a diversity of soils, exposures and altitudes. The finesse of a Volnay, the power of a Pommard, the smoothness of a Meursault – a world of infinite tastes! These wines are perfect for all types of traditional or modern cuisine, for a drinks and buffet dinner or an improvised get-together.
The Côte Chalonnaise, the Mâconnais and the Beaujolais are Burgundy’s southernmost wine regions.They produce delectable white and red wines, perfect with food or on their own. The delicate fruitiness of a Macon Villages, the deliciously easy-drinking character of a Beaujolais with its unique grape variety, the Gamay, or the crispness of a well-made Aligoté, there are so many opportunities to appreciate the wines from M.De Ligny and enjoy a geographic and sensory journey.