is an appellation of about 270 hectares
shared among the Dracy-le-Fort, Givry and Jambles communes. There are 38 climats
classified as Premier Cru in the Givry appellation. Between 240 to 280 meters above sea level, the vines benefit from brown-chalky and clay-limestone soils. The red Givry Pinot Noir
wines are quite structured
and benefit from 3 to 5 years of aging to soften them. Givry also produces Chardonnay
white wines that are extremely fine
with a sublime balance between acidity
and smoothness. They have good aging potential.