Burgundy is a region located in eastern France. It’s world famous for producing some of the world’s most expensive and delicious wine. 

Burgundy makes wine out of pinot noir and chardonnay grapes. These wines are called burgundies. 

Winemakers in Burgundy follow strict winemaking guidelines and often prioritize small artisanal production. Burgundy is also the home of the term terroir which describes the geography, weather, winemaking methods, and soils of a particular vineyard plot.