Are you familiar with all of the Bourgogne region’s appellations? Famous for its prestigious Climats, classified as Premier and Grand Crus, Bourgogne also offers some delightful Village and Régionale appellations. Want to find out more?
Check out the complete list of Bourgogne appellations and start exploring.
Meet the men and women who are behind the reputation of Bourgogne wines. Come and share their passion, discover their expertise, and hear their stories that shape the image of Bourgogne wines today.Discover !
Come and share an unforgettable experience, and enjoy a real immersion in the heart of Bourgogne wines.
Pick from a wider range of themes and programs, some even custom-made, for wine or tourism professionals; private individuals who are experienced in the world of wine or otherwise; and for corporate team-building events.
Fancy a trip, a weekend getaway, or a longer stay?
Come discover the Bourgogne region and its wines. Explore local heritage, take a bike trip along the Route des Grande Vins, and sample different Bourgogne appellations with the region’s winegrowers, winemakers, and négociants who will welcome you with open arms.
Three sites in Beaune, Mâcon and Chablis to promote and raise awareness of the infinite richness of Bourgogne.
Explore the universe of the Bourgogne region’s vines and wines through its history, its culture, and its heritage; three elements at the origin of the great diversity of Bourgogne wines.
Looking for a fresh wine discovery? Check out the wines in our Cave de Prestige. It contains a selection of the most representative vintages of most Bourgogne appellation to highlight the diversity of the region’s wines.
The Cave de Prestige was created 30 years ago and is now firmly established as a reference for the region’s excellence in winemaking.
Here is where you’ll find plenty of useful documents for broadening and sharing your knowledge of Bourgogne wines. It includes videos, brochures, posters, wallpapers, games, and so on.
A simple tool with more than 500 maps to help you locate the different production areas for all the Bourgogne region’s appellations, including AOC Régionale, Village, Climats classified as Premier Cru and Grand Cru wines, as well as the Bourgogne and Mâcon AOC plus geographic denomination wines.
Discover Bourgogne wines in figures through this infographic.
All the hints and tips you need for how to choose a wine, when to uncork it, at what temperature to serve it, and which glasses to use.
The Climats of Bourgogne are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are the ultimate expression of Bourgogne terroir. This term refers to a plot of vines with particular geological, hydrometric, and geographical characteristics that give their identity to Bourgogne wines. Learn more about this specificity.