Vinoble is proud to list a selection of Burgundy wines Hong Kong. No other wine region in the world inspires such devout passion and respect as Burgundy, France. Dominated by just a single red and white grape, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Burgundy wine is all about finding personality and transparency within each micro-climate. Because of the diversity of climates within Burgundy, and the tendency for Pinot Noir to showcase their differences, there are a hundred AOC designations. A careful study of the diversity of Burgundy Wine, would take a lifetime. Sub-regions in Burgundy well regarded for Pinot Noir include Côte de Nuits, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Côte de Beaune, and the legendary Côte d'Or. Burgundy wine has its own classification system, with Grand Cru being the finest, and mostly originating from the Côte d'Or. Premiere Cru, and Village, the last of which can represent one of the many unclassified areas in Burgundy. There are also broad regional wines, produced as AOC Bourgogne. Well regarded AOCs for Pinot Noir in Burgundy are Chambertin, Clos Saint-Denis, Échezeaux, and the rarest wine in the world, Romanée-Conti. For white wines, foreigners will instantly recognize the names of Chablis, Mersault, Corton-Charlamagne, and Montrachet. Chardonnay may now be an internationally renowned and versatile grape, but it owes its reputation to Burgundy. Here Chardonnay can take many guises, from the crisp steely wine from Chablis, to the rich and highly age-worthy Montrachet and Corton-Charlamagne. The use of French Oak varies considerably, with leaner crisper styles favoring stainless steel, and the fuller, lusher, styles using French Oak. Burgundy's allure is in the grace, elegance, and power of its distinctive wine. The regional variations are so important, that the geographical designations take up the largest space on the label. But perhaps Burgundy's greatest contribution, is the extraordinary global popularity of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines produced around the world, from California, to Chile, to New Zealand.