Jeudis des Climats 71 - Cellier aux Moines - Givry

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.

The 16 June 2022

Jeudis des Climats 71 - Cellier aux Moines
Hours : Le 16/06/2022 de 17h à 19h30.
Where to eat : Cellier aux Moines Rue du Cellier aux Moines - 71640 Givry
Price : 15 € à 15 €
Description *: In the Cellier aux Moines estate in Givry, located in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise, exceptionally open to the public for this event, Emmanuel NONAIN, guide and manager of Enoculture, will lead the conference alongside Philippe PASCAL, owner of the estate, Guillaume GRILLON and Marion FOUCHER, members of the Climats scientific council and historians. They will discuss the economic model in general and the Cistercian viticulture in particular
They will then present the "Cellier aux Moines" as a dependency of La Ferté and will finish by talking about the Climats of the Abbey of Maizières in Saône-et-Loire. It will be followed by a tasting of 3 Cistercian wines selected and presented by Raoul SALAMA, oenogastronomic journalist and professor at the Polytechnic School of Paris.
An opportunity to retrace and taste the history of Burgundy wines and Climats with specialists who are passionate about their terroir.
Contact : Mission Tourisme - Département de Saône-et-Loire
06 78 20 45 05
06 78 20 45 05

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