Red Wines A.O.C. Bourgogne
It’s a winery region from the East of France, it’s also one of the most renowned denominations of the world. Bourgogne region goes from de North of Chablis to the South of Mâcon. The culture of red Bourgogne wines began some centuries ago. On this region can be found more than 400 diferent grounds influenced by the continental climate characterized by having freezing winters and heated summers. The terroir is important to each denomination that Bourgogne has: Mâcon, Nuits Sant-Georges, Pommard, Côte Chalonnaise, Côte de Beaune, Morgon and some others. All of them produce red representative wines of the culture of each zone. All of them have different wine qualities: red wines Grand Cru, red wines Premier Cru, red common wines, and red generic wines.
How are the A.O.C. Bourgogne red wines?
The variety that highlights most at Bourgogne is Pinot Noir, producing tannic wines, unctuous and with low alcohol content that let these wines be aged between 5 and 12 years. There can also be found other grape type varieties like Gamay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cesar to produce some of the greatest red wines of the world. At LaVinateria we highlight red Bourgogne wines from some regions. Red Mâcon wines, Red Nuits Sant-Georges wines, Red Pommard wines, Red Côte Chalonnaise wines, Red Côte de Beaune wines and Red Morgon wines.
Red A.O.C. Bourgogne wines are worldwide recognised, at LaVinateria you will find the best red Bourgogne wines to gift, to dink with any meal or to string along with the endless friendly conversations.