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Bourgogne is waiting for you !

The 2020 edition of our essential “ Guide des Caves Touristiques Labellisées” wine guide is now available to visitors to the region, in both print and digital versions. It is ideal for discovering or rediscovering Bourgogne and its 84 appellations.

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The guide is designed to simplify your research and help organize your trips through six tourist trails that crisscross the vineyards. The 2020 edition contains more than 371 recommended addresses, proof that wine tourism is not a passing fad. Rather, it is a growing trend in Bourgogne.

New this year is a more educational approach. The guide includes explanations of the region’s wine-related brotherhoods, the work of the winegrower and the Climats, along with a wealth of tourist information to ensure visitors enjoy the total Bourgogne experience.

The Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) has been committed to wine tourism for many years, as evidenced by our “De Vignes en Caves” welcome charter, which was created in 1991.


What is in the 2020 edition of the guide?

- 371 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.
- A map of the Bourgogne winegrowing region listing key sites to visit across the region, with smaller maps of each wine route on the back. Produced in partnership with the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté tourist board.

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

Plus all the essentials you need

- 85,000 copies are available from around 800 outlets in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regions, including tourist offices, regional and departmental tourist organizations, hotels, campsites, gîtes, freeway tourism information points, and train stations and airports in Lyon.
- Printed in both French and English
- Free and available on demand from the BIVB
- Practical and lightweight (14.5 x 21cm, 32 pages) to slip easily into your bag
- A digital version that can be downloaded from the "A Trip through the Vines" section of the Bourgogne wines website or by visiting:
- An infographics page at the end of the guide with all the key figures pertaining to the Bourgogne winegrowing region

- A presentation of the different regions and their vines, the varietals, an introduction to the notion of the Climats, details about the “De Vignes en Caves” welcome charter and the “Vignobles et Découvertes” label, and of course, an invitation to take a deeper look into our wines at the École des Vins de Bourgogne.

Click here for the full guide.

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