BURGUNDY: A HUGE HISTORY BOOK

“Wherever you go in Burgundy, there is a castle, church and a village to visit.”

In just a few words the Michelin guide captured the essence of our beautiful region and its endless richness.

Not to be missed

The medieval town of Beaune and its famous Hôtel-Dieu (Hospices de Beaune), and also the Fallot mustard mill.
Rochepot castle.

For lovers of the
French art of living

Le Clos de Vougeot Castle, a property belonging to the exclusive wine-tasting fraternity known as the Confrérie du Tastevin, and, very close to that, Romanée-Conti vineyard on the Route des Grands Crus (Wine Route). Restaurants … (please contact us).

For nature lovers

An extensive choice of cycling or walking routes, including a very beautiful trail taking in “cabotes” (limestone structures formerly used as tool stores) in Pernand-Vergelesses, where you can enjoy a picnic at a magnificent spot for admiring Corton mountain.

Some useful links

Beaune tourist office
Meursault tourist office
The Burgundy Wine Board (BIVB)
The Climats, terroirs of Burgundy, part of Unesco’s world heritage list