White Burgundy is almost always associated with chardonnay but there are a few exceptions. Find the two exceptions among the following:

A. Bouzeron

B. St-Véran

C. Montagny

D. St-Bris


Bouzeron in Côte Chalonnaise is the only village appellation that produces wines from the aligoté grape and St-Bris, located a few miles southwest of the Chablis region, is the only sauvignon blanc appellation in Burgundy. Montagny in the Côte Chalonnaise and St-Véran in the Macônnais are made from chardonnay.

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