|Goes well with||Cheeses, Cold Meats, Fish, Seafood|
|Drinking style||Soft, round, elegant|
Less prestigious than the Côte d'Or, the Côte Chalonnaise produces some lovely Pinot and Chardonnay at more everyday prices. The Parizé family owns a beautiful estate south of the village of Givry. The wines, like the family, are open and approachable while also being faithful to their vineyard origins. The east-facing vineyard 'Champ Pourrot' produces a very pure, fresh Chardonnay which the Parizés make without the use of oak. By contrast, the south-east facing Clos des Grandes Vignes is capable of producing ripe Pinot with quite some intensity.