Roncier

The story behind Roncier begins in the sixties. The Roncier is the fruit of rigorous wine making process and ancestral expertise. Its quality never changes, and it has seduced wine lovers for nearly half a century.

Wine Appellation
Pinot Noir Burgundy
Available in: Maine
Grown: France
Burgundy
The French wine-growing region of Burgundy is legendary for both red Burgundy (Pinot Noir) and white Burgundy wines (Chardonnay). Burgundy lies on the eastern side of France and covers just over 100 miles. Burgundy's moderate climate with warm summers and cold winters allow the high-maintenance Pinot Noir grape to grow particularly well. Burgundy wines come from several distinct sub-regions, each with its own particular character. White Burgundy is a Chardonnay Lover's delight, Pouilly-Fuisse is the appellation known for the finest white wines of the Maconnais region in southern Burgundy. Chablis is located in northern Burgundy and produces light, dry wines from the Chardonnay grape. Beaujolais is an important wine region famous for its vibrant, fruity red wines made from Gamay.