Burgundy stretches from Auxerre in the north to Mâcon in the south. The region is sometimes extended to Lyon to include the Beaujolais area. Chablis, a white wine made from Chardonnay grapes, is produced in the area around Auxerre. South of Chablis is the Côte d’Or, the cradle of Burgundy’s most famous wines, and where all Grand Cru with the exception of Chablis Grand Cru are located. This area is split into two parts: Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune. Whilst Côte de Nuits is famous for producing exquisite red wine from Pinot Noir, Côte de Beaune is known for its powerful and elegant white wine from Chardonnay. Further south is the Côte Chalonnaise and the Mâconnais region which produce large quantities of easy-drinking and affordable wines. Finally at its southern edge, the Beaujolais region is famed for its fruity red wines made from Gamay grapes. Burgundy is the French wine region with the greatest number of appellation and is regarded as the most terroir-focused.