Aligoté. Only exists in Burgundy.
They are located on piedmont slopes, in limestone areas, with clay and marl nuances, stony if not rocky, well-drained and where water rarely stagnates.
Place names: Croix blanche, Petit Chaliot.
This variety gives a livelier and more precocious wine than Chardonnay. Very fresh, fruity. Floral bouquet (acacia, hawthorn) or fruity (apple).
An easy-to-drink and soft wine with finishing notes of hazelnut. An excellent aperitif wine that becomes the famous "Kir" when served with blackcurrant liqueur. Drink young.
Grilled fish, oysters, parsleyed ham, snails, goat's cheeses. Temperature: 11 to 12°.