The Regionals

Burgundy wines are classified in four large categories. On a scale of increasing rarity we have : Regional Appellations, Communal Appellations, Premier Crus and finally, Grand Crus.

The Regional Appellations, account for over half the total production of Burgundy and come from an ensemble of “Bourgogne” vineyards or from one of the sub-regions.

Millebuis offers 4 wines in this category. 2 reds: Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Pinot Noir (a house speciality), and Côteaux Bourguignons Pinot Noir-Gamay. The 2 white wines are Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Chardonnay and Bourgogne Aligoté “Sable” (an oddity).

Bourgogne
Côte Chalonnaise
Chardonnay

The vineyards of the Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Appellation are found in the form of small “islands” between the Côte de Beaune to the north and the Mâconnais Region in the south. The vineyards are east and south-east facing and source the characteristic appeal of our Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise in stony, shallow chalky-clay soil rich in limestone. Evoking yellow-fleshed fruit aromas, it is straightforward and refreshing in the mouth with a mineral finish. A delectable expression of the Chardonnay grape.


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Bourgogne
Aligoté
“Sable”

Our vines are situated in various small plots in the Côte Chalonnaise and they source the characteristic appeal of our Bourgogne Aligoté « Sable » in sandy-loam soil. A crystalline white Burgundy revealing an attractive citrus bouquet. It is crisp and elegant in the mouth. A delectable expression of the Aligoté grape.








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Bourgogne
Aligoté
“Silex”

Our vines are situated in various small plots in the Côte Chalonnaise. They source the characteristic appeal of our Bourgogne Aligoté “Silex” in soils with high flint content.
Produced from flint-rich soils, this pale gold-coloured wine reveals beautiful minerality. In the mouth it is very precise, fresh and floral. A delectable expression of the Aligoté grape.







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Bourgogne
Côte Chalonnaise
Pinot Noir

The vineyards of the Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Appellation are found in the form of small “islands” between the Côte de Beaune to the north and the Mâconnais Region in the south. The vineyards are east and south-east facing and source the characteristic appeal of our Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise Pinot Noir in stony, shallow chalky-clay soil rich in limestone. It reveals aromas of Morello cherry, redcurrant and strawberries. It is well balanced in the mouth with silky tannins. A delectable expression of the Pinot Noir grape.

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Côteaux Bourguignons
Pinot Noir - Gamay

Our Coteaux Bourguignons Millebuis reveals a fresh and appealing bouquet. It has plenty of substance in the mouth with flavours of ripe, red fruit berries. A delectable expression of Pinot Noir and Gamay grapes.












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