Among the 84 appellations of the wines of Burgundy, Bourgogne AOC is the regional appellation which gathers red wines, rosé wines and white wines which do not come geographically from a specific parcel with a particular appellation under one umbrella. It is important to know that in Burgundy, it is the diversity of microclimates called terroirs, and not the diversity of grape varieties or estates, that determines the resulting wine. Thus, it is common to add the name of a sub-region, a commune or a place of origin to the AOC to characterize the wines according to their terroir. Burgundy red wines represent the main part of the Burgundian regional production. Pinot Noir is its main grape variety, as well as for the rosé wines of this region. In the Yonne, it can be blended with César, a local grape variety. For the white wines, Chardonnay is the king grape variety. Coming from vineyards all over, these are affordable Burgundies that deserve to be known. Great houses such as Louis Jadot, Olivier Leflaive, Bouchard Père et Fils or Joseph Drouhin are the jewels of this catch all appellation.