Burgundy Wines Classification

Burgundy wines are one of the most hardest to source due to their very limited supply. The main reason Burgundy wines are low in production is because wine makers share plots of land or several vineyards make up a domaine. Therefore there is limited space to produce a high yield. This of course commands very high prices, especially when there is bad weather and an even lower yield than normal is produced. To achieve a lower return but with less risk, these wines have been selected for you.

List of Grands Crus in Burgundy

Only 33 vineyards have the privilege of being agreed as “Grand Cru”. They used to be called “Tete de Cuvee”. Only the name of the vineyard figures on the label of Bourgogne “Grand Cru”. They are the best among the best :

  • Bata rd Montrachet
  • Bienvenues Batard Montrachet
  • Bonnes Mares
  • Chablis Grand Cru
  • Chambertin
  • Chambertin Clos de Beze
  • Chapelle Chambertin
  • Charlemagne
  • Charmes Chambertin
  • Chevalier Montrachet
  • Clos de la Roche
  • Clos de Tart
  • Clos de Vougeot
  • Clos des La mbrays
  • Clos Saint Denis
  • Corton
  • Corton Charlemagne
  • Criots Bata rd Montrachet
  • Echezeaux
  • Grands Echezeaux
  • Griotte Cha mbertin
  • La Grande Rue
  • La Romanee
  • La Tache
  • Latricieres Chambertin
  • Mazis Chambertin
  • Mazoyeres Chambertin
  • Montrachet
  • Musigny
  • Richebourg
  • Romanee Conti
  • Romanee Saint Vivant
  • Ruchottes Chambertin

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