The Bourgogne has a nich cultural heritage, although the wine is indovlotedly it's best ambassador.
Our region accounts for around 4000 wine estate, 250 wine trade firms and 23 cooperatives cellars.
1.5 Million hectolitres are produced from 29500 hectares of vines.
The soil, the orientation, the altitude and of course the variety of grapes are determinating factors which will form the wine.
Also, the experience and constant suspensionof the wine producer are recessary at each stage of the production.
Once bottled, Bourgogne wines fund their way on to the best tables. Our region counts many important names in French gastronomy and there are a number of specialities, chicken from the Bresse, 'jambon persillé', snails from Bourgogne, trouts, pikeperch without forgetting the cheeses (époisses or goat's cheese from the maconnais area.
The Bourgogne is a key destination for amateurs of fine food and wine.
Situated in Bourgogne to the noth of the Chalonnaise area and close to Beaune, the village of Rully has a long wine history. Neighbar to well tnown wines such as Montrachet, Santenay or Meursault, two noble grapes are prensent one the temtay.
- Chardonnay for white wine
- Pinot Noir for red wine
The preteded designation of origin was created in 1939 in orderto preserve the quality and protectthe identity of both the red and white wines.
Morever, Rully is the birthplace of Bourgogne spcurlcling wine with the production of Crément, cince the 19th century.
Nowadays, the village accounts for 360 hectares, with around filty estate and several trade houses.