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Study Cards on burgundy, wines, range

Where is Burgundy renowned for and what are the most important grape varieties?
Burgundy is renowned for the quality of its single variety wines made from Pinot Noir  for red wines and Chardonnay for white wines.
Why does Burgundy have a very long grape growing history?
Because the history of Burgundy goes back to Roman times and then the period of the great monasteries from 1,000 CE onwards. In which vineyards began to be devidided into individual plots.
Which areas belong to Burgundy ?
The areas that belong to Burgundy are Chablis, the Côte dÓr, The Côte  Challonnaise and the Macconais and furthter south the Beaujolais.
What sort of  quality wines are produced in Burgundy and in what price range? Why are these wines so expensive?
The wines are produced at a range of quality levels, but are mainly good to outstanding  and sell for a range of prices from mid-priced to super premium.

Limited supply and surging worldwide demand mean that average prices are high.
What is the latitude of the Burgundy wine region?
46-47N, Chablis more north.
From North to south 130km strip excluding Chablis.
Beside Chardonnay and Pinot noir, what are the 'other' grape varieties in Burgundy, excluding Beaujolais.
Sauvignon blanc
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