A vast region that stimulates the desire for nature, good food and great wines, Burgundy is appealing because of the beauty of its landscapes and the richness of its typical regional cuisine!
From vineyards, fine restaurants and picturesque villages to medieval châteaux and abbeys, our drivers will introduce you to our selection of the best places to visit, for an unforgettable journey in Burgundy.
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The Chablis Vineyards: Golden door of Burgundy
Chablis is a paradise for epicureans: its rolling landscapes and its gastronomy make it a great introduction to your Burgundy visit.
Famous worldwide for its great dry white wines, Chablis is the place to enjoy a wide range of traditional fine specialties and wine tasting experiences.
Don’t resist this gourmet getaway only two hours from Paris!
Don’t miss the opportunity to travel the mythical road of Grand Vintages from Dijon to Beaune and Santenay, and to discover some of the most prestigious vineyards in the world.
Vosne-Romanée, Aloxe Corton, Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard, Romanee-Conti… this royal road, also known as the “Champs-Elysées of Burgundy”, counts 24 of the 33 Grand Vintages in the region. These 60 kilometers are a beautiful initial journey to the heart of this prestigious wine country, a Unesco World Heritage site.
A final stop in the charming village of Givry provides the opportunity to taste King Henri IV’s preferred Burgundy wine!
Beaune, its wine cellars, its gastronomy and its hospices
Capital of Burgundy wines;
dive underground and discover a labyrinth of mythical vaulted cellars buried in its soil, where millions of great vintages sleep.
It is also a city of Art and History with a rich heritage.
The Hospices de Beaune, a charity hospital during the Middle Ages, is an architectural jewel not to be missed.
It is said in Burgundy that indulgence is not a mortal sin…the restaurants of the Beaune region alone have 10 Michelin stars!
The Chateau of Clos de Vougeot
Situated along the road of the Grand Vintages of Burgundy, is an emblem of the region worth visiting. There Cistercian monks produced their wine from the 12th century until the French Revolution in its magnificent vat-room containing four old presses.
It is the headquarters of the Chevaliers du Tastevin, defender of Burgundy products since 1944, where guests from all over the world are entertained in its 12th century cellar.