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In the Burgundy vineyards, a regional appellation refers to a wine with a controlled designation of origin whose production area includes all the wine-producing villages in the departments of Yonne (55 communes), Côte-d'Or (91 communes), Saône-et-Loire (154 communes) and Rhône (85 communes); these wines can be combined with those whose appellation area covers a single sub-region.

Regional Appellation