Vignoble de Pouilly-sur-Loire
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The Sancerre-Pouilly-Giennois triangle

In this area full of flavours and grape varieties, there are 4 different AOC (Protected Designation of Origin): Sancerre, Côteaux du Giennois, Pouilly-Fumé, and Pouilly-sur-Loire, the smallest AOC of the Centre Loire wines!

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Au coeur du vignoble : le château de Couches
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The Couchois

This vineyard is not particularly well-known as it only covers a mere 225 hectares around the Château de Couches, but this hidden gem is worth exploring nevertheless, and you’ll have the opportunity to stop by and meet some of the winegrowers from this appellation.

 

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UNESCO World Heritage

The Route des Grands Crus

In the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits, each village is just as well-known as the last. There are treasures of historic heritage to see, such as the Château du Clos Vougeot and the Hospices de Beaune. Some great wines and excellent restaurants. Here is the very best of these two neighbouring winemaking areas. Since 2015, the 'Climats' of Burgundy's vineyard have been listed as UNESCO world heritage and these unique vine plots can be found right here.

Château du Clos de Vougeot
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The Côte de Nuits

The Château du Clos Vougeot is the iconic monument of the Côte de Nuits and the "Climats" of Burgundy's vineyard.

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Hotel Dieu de Beaune
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The Côte de Beaune

An unmissable walk through the vineyard and tour of the cellar at the Hospices de Beaune.

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Oenotourisme dans le vignoble de Chablis
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The Yonne vineyards

There are some great discoveries to be made in the Chablisien, Auxerrois, Tonnerrois, Vézelien and Jovinien. 

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Le vignoble du châtillonnais
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The Châtillonnais

This vineyard in the north of the Côte-d'Or mainly produces Crémant de Bourgogne. Stop by the estate while you’re exploring the Route du Crémant! On the programme: tours of the winegrowing estates and/or the Musée du Vin, lunch and dinner at the châteaus, discover the Vix Krater, and so much more. One thing is certain, you won’t be bored!

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