Perhaps the most classic wine bottle. Burgundy bottles are named after the famous wine making region of Burgundy, France. This bottle was invented when all wine bottles were still made by glassblowers, making and molding every bottle by hand. It’s said that the shape of the bottle was a result of how easy it was for bottle makers to produce. The Burgundy bottle is the go-to vessel for everything from Pinot Noir to Chardonnay.