There are a few exceptions to the rule that Burgundy wines are made from 100% Pinot Noir or 100% Chardonnay. One of these exceptions is the Passetoutgrain, which is two thirds Gamay and one third Pinot Noir, by law. Another is the Aligote, which is “the other white grape” in Burgundy. You can sort for these Burgundian wines using this tab. Plus, the wines from Champagne as well as the wines from Tokaj, Hungary also use other grapes. Therefore, those wines are listed under this category, too.