Chenôve, near Dijon, reflects a long and prestigious wine tradition. Visit the Dukes of Burgundy's presses: these engineering masterpieces date from the 15th century. Also celebrate grapevines and wine at the Festival of the Press held in September. Also stroll through the old village with half-timbered houses and linger on the charming Anne Laprévote square.

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Office de Tourisme de Dijon Métropole - BIT de Marsannay-la-Côte
41, rue de Mazy - 21160 - MARSANNAY-LA-COTE -
03 80 52 27 73
http://www.ot-marsannay.com
ot-marsannay@orange.fr

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