From Aloxe-Corton south to Santenay, the Cote de Beaune vineyards include those around Beaune itself. Elegant reds, from Pinot Noir, are made in Beaune, Pommard and Volnay. Benchmark Chardonnay, with elegant power and minerality, are made at Meursault, Chassagne and Puligny. Reds from Pinot Noir, and whites from Chardonnay, the wines of Burgundy pair with a wide range of foods. Pinot Noir, with its aromas and flavors of cherry, currant, wild berry and mineral is perfect with weightier fish such as salmon or roast chicken. Chardonnay is bone dry and crisp, with mineral supporting the orchard fruit flavors. Try Chablis with oysters for a world-class pairing.