Montagny is a wine appellation located in the Côte Chalonnaise region of Burgundy, France. This region is notable for its production of white wines, mainly made from the Chardonnay grape.
The white wines of Montagny are known for their fresh and lively character. They often show aromas of citrus fruits, green apple and white flowers. These wines can vary in style, from light and refreshing to more full-bodied and textured, depending on the particular terroir and winemaker's style.
Montagny has several "climats" that add variety to the wines produced here. These diverse terroirs contribute to the versatility of the appellation and produce wines that reflect the expression of their specific location.
While Montagny may not have the same worldwide recognition as some other Burgundian appellations, it offers white wines that represent the region's quality and diversity. It is a destination for Chardonnay lovers looking for wines that express the typical characteristics of the Burgundy grape and terroir.