The vines are mainly planted on the right flack of the wide coomb which snakes its way up towards La Rochepot. The appellation area is spread over two different hill ranges: one is the Montagne de Savoie, which delimits the end of the Côte d'Or, and the other is the Montagne du Ban perpendicular to it.
Sur Gamay sits on the Montagne du Ban and wines from this lieu-dit are very close in quality to a Puligny or a Chassagne. Over 160 acres are classified as premier cru.
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