One of Burgundy's primary appelations, Chassagne-Montrachet wines hail from the French communes of Chassagne-Montrachet and Rémigny. The region contains three Premium Cru and 50 Grand Cru wineries. The three Premium Cru vineyards produce some of the most sought-after, expensive and long-lived wine on the market. It shares the vineyards Montrachet and Bâtard-Montrachet with the neighbouring wine village of Puligny-Montrachet.
The area has highly concentrated limestone soils and the ideal climate for winegrowing in terms of rainfall, temperature and wind. It produces highly respected Chardonnay and its known for its world-class, fruity and minerally white wines. Some Pinot Noir is also grown here, but Chardonnay is the primary premium crop.