Winegrowing Burgundy stretches for almost 300 km, from Joigny in Yonne to Mâcon in Saône et Loire. It is made up of 5 major vineyards, from north to south:
Chablis and the Grand Auxerrois (in Yonne)
The Côte de Nuits (in Côte d’Or)
The Côte de Beaune (in Côte d’Or)
The Côte Chalonnaise (in Saône et Loire)
The Mâconnais (in Saône et Loire)
The entire Burgundy vineyard is classified as an Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (A.O.C.), which is an exception in France!