Our Burgundian wine growers are very attached to nature and soil. To enjoy a Burgundy wine means going off on an adventure to explore authentic sensations: flavors of undergrowth, currants and floral notes blossoming in a spring meadow… Burgundy wines are a symbol of these landscapes.
Wine in Bourgogne has a very prestigious reputation and this has been going on since the 14th century, when the Dukes of Bourgogne owned many vineyards as a symbol of power and wealth.
With a climate that’s convenient to the vineyard, a rich geology and famous vines among which the Chardonnay, the Pinot Noir, the Gamay and the Aligoté which are the most important … there is always a burgundy wine to accompany you, whatever your desire is! Among a few hundred names, you must be familiar with Aloxe-Corton, Aligoté Bourgogne, Chablis, Chablis Grand cru Bougros, Chassagne-Montrachet, Corton Charlemagne, Burgundian Hillsides, Côte de Beaune or Côte de Nuits-Villages.
Burgundy also houses a “Grands Crus” tourist route where you will be happy to discover prestigious wines during wine tastings. From North to South of Burgundy, let yourself be guided by typical landscapes such as the «Champs Elysées» of Burgundy, where you can perceive UNESCO world heritage castles. The region also hosts a rich and ancient heritage made up of cellars and religious buildings.
Whether by car, by bike or by foot, you will discover winemakers, on their land, making the world famous “Grands Crus” of Burgundy. From Dijon to Meursault, you will cross authentic vineyards with fantastic landscapes worthy of postcards.
Once there, do not hesitate to initiate yourself to oenology, where wine growers and distributors will not only indulge in sharing the history of wine but also offer you wine tastings in Chablis!