Nestled in the rolling slopes and river valleys of east-central France, Burgundy’s vineyards stand proudly as some of the most celebrated and highly prized in the world. Its mineral-rich soils are composed of limestone, clays, and marls, lending enviable finesse to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. But world-class status shouldn’t necessarily come with a big price tag. Up-and-coming appellations and producers, off-vintage larks and second labels can offer some of the region’s greatest values. Get to know the burgs that won’t break the bank for this surprising tasting.