The Côte de Beaune vineyard covers only about twenty kilometres, between Ladoix-Serrigny and the magnificent slope of the Maranges. On this often narrow slope (barely a few hundred metres wide), magnificently exposed to the rising sun, the greatest dry white wines in the world grow alongside renowned red wines. The fame of the Côte de Beaune vineyard is closely related to its capital, Beaune, the true historical and economic centre of Burgundy wine production. Above the Côte de Beaune there is a plateau 400 metres in altitude, crossed by valleys that create a hilly landscape. These are the Hautes Côtes de Beaune. About twenty wine-growing villages have installed their vineyard there on the sunniest slopes, creating the appellation Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune.

It is in the heart of this region that is situated the Ponsard-Chevalier Estate.
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