Investing in Burgundy wines

Known for the captivating diversity of terroir, Burgundy is the home of the world’s finest Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays, leading the fine wine market in recent years.
Panoramic view of the historic town of Vezelay with famous Abbaye Sainte-Marie-Madeleine de Vezelay), a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979, on top of a hill, Yonne department, Burgundy, France.

Data analysis of Burgundy

23%

Return

15%

Trade share by value

Q4 Outlook

Wine

48 %

Évolution des prix sur 5 ans

4 534€

Record sale

3 543

Number of distinct wines traded

Operation

9 820 viticulteurs

Nombre de domaines viticoles

27 200 ha

Surface plantée dans la région

200 millions

Bouteilles produites par an

Terroir

Continental

Climat

Argilo-calcaire

Sol

2 083 heures

Ensoleillement (moyenne annuelle)

Detailed analysis of Burgundy

Chablis

Internationally renowned for its balanced acidity and mineral notes, Chablis is the purest expression of Chardonnay. Situated between Paris and Dijon, Chablis has a unique and diversified terroir: semi-continental climate, with the influence of the Serein River. The Kimmeridge Clay is the key component of the soil in Chablis, offering a nice flinty minerality to the wines. Chablis consists of four appellations: the petit Chablis, around 1000 hectares planted on the plateau; Chablis, covering most of the region; Chablis Premier Cru, vineyards with a better aspect; Chablis Grand Cru, encompassing only 100 hectares of the region’s best vineyards, with the optimal aspect and location.

Appellations

  • Irancy

  • Petit-Chablis

  • Chablis

  • Chablis Premier Cru

  • Chablis Grand Cru

  • Saint-Bris

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