Burgundy is probably the most famous wine region in the world, second only to Bordeaux. It can be the simplest yet most complex region as well. Simple because there are virtually only two grape types used; Pinot Noir for reds, and Chardonnay whites. It's complex because there are over a hundred sub-regions and hundreds more select plots, or lieux-dits. Chablis is famous for mineral-driven Chardonnays, whereas Côte de Beaune sports richer styles. Fans of more affordable whites may want to check out Mâconnais, specifically Pouilly-Fuissé and Viré-Clessé. Côte de Nuits produces fuller bodied Pinot Noirs and includes super iconic villages like Gevery-Chambertin, Vosne-Romanée, and Nuits-St-Georges.