Burgundy is a regional appellation that covers around 2,700 hectares and is shared by nearly 300 communes between the departments of Côte-d'Or, Saône-et-Loire and Yonne. The vines of the Burgundy appellation benefit from extremely diverse terroirs. White wines are planted in marl, marl-limestone and chalky slopes of Kimmeridgian or clay. The red and rosé wines of the Burgundy appellation are produced from vines planted in soils of limestone, clay and marl. On the palate, the single-varietal Chardonnay white wines are aromatic, combining finesse, amplitude, unctuousness, power and great persistence, while the Pinot Noir reds are structured, showing suppleness and roundness.