Famille Guillot_70 ans d'agriculture biologique _On parle de la biodynamie & bio ! - Cruzille

Few regions express the notion of “wine civilization” as well as Bourgogne.
Here, wine is the bedrock of traditions and skills handed down through the generations.
Whether you are a confirmed wine-buff or simple enthusiast keen to stimulate the tastebuds,
wine professionals have dreamt up a thousand different ways to initiate you into the secrets of the land the magic of vinification. From north to south, from Chablis to Mâcon, winemakers and merchants await, ready to share a convivial moment. Go on a journey of discovery of these prestigious wines. Whether a tasting in a cellar, a hike through the vineyards, a concert in a winery, a picnic in the vines, or even a running race along the Route des Grand Cru, we invite you to share the passion of the men and women who shape this
unique wine region.

From 25 May to 26 May 2024

Famille Guillot_70 ans d'agriculture biologique _On parle de la biodynamie & bio !
Hours : Les 25 et 26 mai, à partir de 10h
Where to eat : Domaine des vignes du Maynes, rue des Moines 429 rue des Moines_ Sagy-le-Haut - 71260 Cruzille
Price : Free
Description *: 20th April,
10:00 Welcome to participants
10.30am Lecture "Cluny and the Cluniac Sites_UNESCO World Heritage Nomination" Christophe Voros,
Director of the European Federation of Cluniac Sites
11:30 Historical evocation "Les Vignobles Clunisiens" and signing of the book "Cluny, le vignoble invisible" Edward Steeves, Vice-President of the Académie des Sciences, Arts et Lettres de Mâcon / Burgundy Wine Expert at the INAO, author and lecturer on vines and wine
12:00 Catering (with charge)
14 h00_Demonstration of dry-stone walling (TREMPLIN) and horse-drawn ploughing
(Les traits du Mont S.R.)
2.00 pm & 4.00 pm Geobiology / agroforestry workshop (1 hour / 10 people max. / registration recommended) Henry-Laurent, humanist geobiologist
6.00 pm End of event
22:00 Refreshment bar closes
Contact : Clos des vignes du Maynes

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