Village de Meursault

9, place de l'Hôtel de Ville
21190 - MEURSAULT
Côte d'Or
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Meursault is the capital of the great white Burgundy wines. In addition to its prestigious vineyards, also enjoy its history: Saint-Nicolas church and several castles, one of which houses the Town Hall, with a tasting room. To reach for the sky, go to Mount Milan that overlooks the village. It houses the remains of a Gallo-Roman camp.

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    Maximum size : 45

 

Last update : 17/01/2020

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