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Burgundy: region
The home of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Burgundy, France
a continental climate characterized by cold winters and hot summers
Number of wineries
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay

The french wine region of Burgandy is a stand out for old world grapes and complex regions. Well known to be home of the most expensive wines in the world, Burgandy is a historic region of France and the home of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.  

There are five great vineyards of Burgandy from north to south. 

  • Chablis and Grand Auxerrois (in Yonne)
  • Côte de Nuits (in Côte d'Or)
  • Côte de Beaune (in Côte d'Or)
  • Côte Chalonnaise (in Saône et Loire)
  • Mâconnais (in Saône et Loire)
The home of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay

Experiences and attractions


On Mont Beuvray near Autun are the remains of pre-Roman Gaul’s largest city, still being uncovered. Bibracte was a hill settlement of 10,000, completely abandoned after the Roman conquest and only rediscovered in the 18th century. The Museum of Celtic Civilisation at Bibracte informs you about how the city was discovered and excavated, and illustrates how the Bibracte fitted into Celtic Europe.

Rock of Solutré

This limestone ridge is nestled amongst Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards. Its a moderate walk to the highest point with amazing panoramic views. If walking is not your thing, try out the canals by boat. You’ll get out into the green Burgundy countryside, floating past vineyards, woodland, historic locks, old villages and the regal châteaux.

Château de Cormatin

In a period when French stately homes were growing ever more ostentatious, this 17th-century château went for clean, simple exteriors. Take a tour to explore its many rooms and the masterpiece staircase. Located on an island in the River Grosne, enveloped by 12 hectares of pristine formal gardens.
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