Burgundy wine is much more than a simple beverage, it is an embodiment of the culture, a "wine civilisation". It is at the source of the landscapes, traditions, local history and anecdotes… It's up to you how you decide to explore this winemaking region: explore the vineyards, wine tourism, the Route des Grands Crus (Route of the Great Wines), tastings, purchases... There are so many ways to get a taste of this culture, and to share it with loved ones!
Getaways into the vineyard
On foot, by bicycle, behind the wheel of a 2CV or even in a hot-air balloon, there are so many ways to explore the "terroirs", vines and winemaking estates that have contributed to Burgundy's great reputation. Follow the guide!
Taste and buy Burgundy wines
There's no better a way to get to know Burgundy wines than to taste them. Come and taste them at a wine-tasting cellar with a winegrower, at an oenology class or at a friendly and inviting wine bar. The choice is yours! We bet you'll be leaving with a bottle of Burgundy wine!
Learn more about Burgundy wines
Are you a fan of Burgundy wines? But what do you really know about the vineyards and their wines, apart from the fact that they taste good? To add some general knowledge to the pleasure of tasting, this is the place to be!
Burgundy wine, to the good health of the Sun King
1694. Louix XIV's doctor, Fagon, recommended that for his health, he should only drink wine from the Côte de Nuits. It was more tannic and sweeter than champagne. That was how the wines from the Côte de Nuits began to gain in popularity and price throughout the kingdom!
Vineyards listed as world heritage sites by UNESCO
Cosy accommodation to sleep in amongst the vines
How about staying at a charming establishment nestled in amongst the vines?