Chevillon (Nuits-Saint-Georges) are two of the top producers in their respective villages and in all of Burgundy. The wines bottled by each domaine are expensive, but they each make a wonderful passetoutgrains (a blend of Gamay and at least 1/3 Pinot). The 2006 bottling from Lignier is medium-bodied, elegant, and earthy. Chevillon’s version, also from 2006, is meatier and more powerful. Both wines reflect the style of the producer and the village of origin. Passetoutgrains is often overlooked, but, when made by a top winemaker, they are a fantastic value.