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Guide en route vers les Bourgognes

En route vers les Bourgognes - édition 2019

En route vers les Bourgognes - édition 2019

- 357 estates, producers, and co-ops that have signed up for the “De Vignes en Caves” charter
- The guide is packed full of useful tips for visitors, including languages spoken, opening hours, price ranges, details on meals and accommodation where offered, plus information on organic producers.
- Cellars are classified by region to help visitors quickly find the producers and wine trails they are looking for.
 

New for 2019:
- A presentation of the project for the Cité des Vins et des Climats de Bourgogne network, which is set to open in 2021 in Beaune, Chablis, and Mâcon.
- A reminder of how to take a responsible approach to festivities, part of our constant quest for conviviality and public safety.
- A run-down of industry initiatives regarding societal and environmental responsibility, but also a call for tourists to be more aware and show greater respect from tourists towards those working in the vines.

 

Wine festivals guide

Wine festivals guide

Take the Grande Route des Vins de Bourgogne, or wine trail, and let yourself be carried along by winerelated festivities. From Chablis to Mâcon, you have the choice of around 100 events throughout the year. These gastronomic and cultural gatherings, which all have wine as a common theme, are a tribute to the conviviality and festive spirit of the local people. In keeping with the four seasons in the vineyards and wineries, come and share some moments of discovery and pleasure around the wines of Bourgogne. Theater, concerts, street arts, gourmet trails, exhibitions - there’s something for everyone, from the unusual to the most solemn events. 

The calendar of all wine celebrations is now only available digitally on the PDF format to be updated regularly. 

 
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