Gevrey-Chambertin, and Nuits-Saint-Georges
The World’s Greatest Pinot Noir
With 24 Grands Crus divided in a 20 kilometers stretch of land, Côte de Nuits deserves its surname of Burgundy’s Champs-Elysées. With a high density of clay per square meter, it is an incontestable land of Pinot Noir. Bonnes-Mares, Échezeaux, and Charmes-Chambertin are the perfect illustration of what this region does best. Ever since Claude Marey, in 1760, Château de Pommard has been making wines from the villages of the Côte de Nuits.