Wine Producers from France’s Bordeaux and Burgundy Regions

The Bordeaux and Burgundy regions are two of the most famous wine-producing regions in France. Bordeaux is considered to be the most important French wine region and produces both sweet and dry white wines and full-body and medium-body red wines. The wines produced in the Burgundy region include both red and white wines. The red wines are known for being subtle and velvety, while the white wines are characterized by being sensual.

Wine Region – Producer / Name Vintage Size Bottles
Bordeaux – Château Clinet
Pomerol 1997 660 ml 12
Bordeaux – Château Le Fleur De Gay
Pomerol 1996 660 ml 12
Bordeaux – Château Rauzan Segla, Margaux
Grand Cru Classe 2000 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Château De Marsannay, Beaune
White Burgundy 2005 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Château De Meursault, Beaune
Chardonnay 2005 660 ml 12
Pommard Clos Epenots 2004 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Hospices de Beaune, Côte d’ Or
Premier Cru Cuvee Clos des Avaux, L. Remoissenet 1999 660 ml 12
Corton Grand Cru Dr. Peste, L. Remoissenet 2001 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Hudelot-Noellat, Côte d’Or
Chambolle-Musigny 1997 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Patriarche
Chardonnay Bourgogne blanc 2006 660 ml 12
Gevrey Chambertin 2003 660 ml 12
Burgundy – Philippe Gavignet
Nuits St Georges Premier Cru, Les Pruliers 2000 660 ml 12
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