Agnès and Eric Panay created this estate in 1992, and it now covers six hectares, mostly producing red Macon Milly-Lamartine. This makes it unique in southern Bourgogne, where white varieties dominate.
It is through this appellation that la Cave du Père Tienne built its reputation, notably in catering, as much for its recent gourmet, fruity vintages as for its more mature barrelled range.
These passionate winemakers offer their guests the warmest of welcomes to in the winery so that you, too, can share their love of their craft.
- German, English, Spanish
- Credit card, Cheques and postal orders, Cash
- Pets welcome
- Ecomuseum or display of wine-making tools
- Cellar visit
- Visit the vines
We propose the tasting of our wines by respecting the imposed rules of hygiene: we wear a mask, hydroalcoholic gel is available at the entrance to the cellar, the INAO glasses are washed in the dishwasher at more than 60°, the surfaces touched by the customer are disinfected with alcohol after each visit (TPE, spittoon, toilets, etc.). The documentation usually put at the free disposal of the customers has been temporarily withdrawn When visiting the premises, we ask clients to wear a mask and to wash their hands with hydroalcoholic gel beforehand. We only receive customers inside the cellar in pre-formed groups.
Brochures Bourgogne Tourisme
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