MARSANNAY-LA-COTE

Marsannay-la-Côte is called the "Golden Gate of the Côte de Nuits". Discover this village of the vineyard with this precious beverage in three colours (red, white, rosé), only made in Burgundy. Also go on geo-wine tours that trace the origin of the vine through geography. Extend your visit with a hike or bike ride.

Information on site

Office de Tourisme de Dijon - 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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