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4 Burgundy Classifications in Quality Order/AOC Levels

Grand Cru 1% (Highest Quality)
Premier Cru 11% (Second Highest Quality)
Village or Commune 23% (Third Highest Quality)
Regional or District 65% (Lowest Quality)

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Regions of Burgundy

Chablis
Cote d'Or (Cote d'Nuits and Cote d'Beaune)
Cote Chalonnaise
Maconnais
Beaujolais

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Grapes of Burgundy

Chardonnay
Pinot Noir
Gamay
Aligote

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Climats

Burgundy is made up of many different plots of land, referred to as climats

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Regional

Bourgogne
Cote de Beaune
Cote de Beaune-Villages
Cote de Nuits-Villages
Macon
Macon-Villages
Cremant de Bourgogne

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Village

Beaune
Meursault
Vosne-Romanee
Gevrey-Chambertin

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Premier Cru

Village name + Name of Vineyard: Gevrey-Chambertin Clos St-Jacques

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Grand Cru

Vineyards that have their own AC…the name of the vineyard is sufficient in the Cote d'Or

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Name one of the two Chablis regions that does not have Chablis in the name:

Irancy AC
Sauvignon de St. Bris AC

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Famous/Noted Premier Cru Vineyards

Fourchaume
Montee de Tonnerre
Mont de Miliue
Montmains
Vaillons

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Cote Chalonnais

Rully (Red and White…Cremant de Bourgogne)
Bouzeron: Aligote (famous for Kir cocktail)
Mercurey (mostly reds)
Givry (mostly reds)
Montagny (only white, chardonnay)
(Red Beans Make Great Mondays)

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Maconnais

Macon AC
Macon Superior AC (Superior which means what?)
Macon-Villages AC
Pouilly-Fusse
St-Veran (includes 7 villages making better than regular Macon chardonnay)

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Predominate soil type of Beaujolais

Granite soils
Gamay with smal amounts Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
Carbonic Maceration

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Levels of Beaujolais

Beaujolais Nouveau
Beaujolais
Beaujolais Superieur
Beaujolais-Villages (from 38 specified villages)
Cru Beaujolais (north east - high granite and schist soil)

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Cru Beaujolais

St-Amor
Julienas
Chenas
Moulin-a-Vent
Fleurie
Chiroubles
Morgon
Regnie
Brouilly and the Cote de Bouilly