Saint-Vincent Tournante Puligny-Montrachet, Corpeau et Blagny - Puligny-Montrachet

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 19 March to 20 March 2022

Saint-Vincent Tournante Puligny-Montrachet, Corpeau et Blagny
cortèges de saint Vincent dans les vignes
Hours : Le samedi 19 et le dimanche 20 mars
Where to eat : Place du village - 21190 Puligny-Montrachet
Price : 20 € à € Kit de dégustation comprenant :
Un verre officiel de la Saint-Vincent
Un porte verre
Le plan de l’événement
Une bouteille d’eau de 50 cl
Six tickets de dégustation
Description : Preparations have already started in Corpeau, Puligny-Montrachet and Blagnypour to host the 77th Saint Vincent Tournante which will be held on March 19 and 20, 2022. An exceptional edition which will take place at three neighboring sites located in Côte de Beaune, a first in the history of Saint Vincent Tournante. This association of the villages of Corpeau and Puligny-Montrachet and the hamlet of Blagny testifies to the spirit of synergy of the Burgundians and reflects the diversity of Burgundy. This 77th Saint Vincent Tournante will therefore naturally be placed under the sign of sharing. All levels of appellations will be honored during the event: regional Bourgogne Côte d´Or appellations, village appellations, premier crus and grands crus. The inhabitants of Corpeau, Puligny-Montrachet and Blagny are committed to helping visitors discover the diversity and richness of Burgundy wines. It is around the theme of the four elements that the festivities will be organized. The great Burgundy wines indeed come from an essential and delicate balance between the earth (the terroir), the water (which gives the grape juice), the air (which creates the living space around the vineyard). ) and fire (the sun that makes grapes ripen). These four closely linked elements create the quality of the terroirs and grapes that produce the exceptional wines of Corpeau, Puligny-Montrachet and Blagny.
Contact : Comité d’organisation Saint-Vincent Tournante
 Monsieur Jean-Michel CHARTRON
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