News - The Saint-Vincent Tournante de Bourgogne - January 28 and 29, 2023

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The Saint-Vincent Tournante de Bourgogne - January 28 and 29, 2023

The Saint-Vincent Tournante de Bourgogne is back to its traditional date! It will take place on January 28 and 29, in Couchey (Côte de Nuits). This year, the AOC Marsannay is in the spotlight, along with some Bourgogne Aligoté

Sint-Vincent Tournante 2023

The winegrowers and inhabitants of Couchey have been working hard for several months to welcome you for this 79th edition of the Saint-Vincent Tournante de Bourgogne!
The village, located 11 km South of Dijon, is hosting this wine festival for the second time in its history

Couchey is one of the three villages of the Marsannay appellation, along with Chenôve and Marsannay-la-Côte. Marsannay is the only Village AOC in Bourgogne that expresses itself in the three wine colors, red, white and rosé.  The organizers decided to make it the theme of this Saint-Vincent 2023: Red - White - Pink!

The festivities will begin on Saturday, January 28, at 7:30 am, with the parade of the Brotherhoods. Winegrowers arriving from everywhere in Bourgogne will gather in the village of Couchey carrying their Patron Saint and their banner. A spectacle not to be missed!
The solemn ceremony and the tribute to the deceased of Couchey will follow. The procession will end with the religious ceremony in the church of Couchey.

From 11 am, the cellars will open to let you taste the 3 colors of the Marsannay appellation, as well as Régionale appellation wines. Musical animations, street artists and road shows will animate the streets of the village of Couchey!
For your pleasure, many treet food places will present specialities of the region (snails in garling butter, cheese, fondue or raclette, bœuf bourguignon, gougère aka puffed pastry…).

The festivities continue on Sunday!
Opening of the cellars at 10 am, musical animations, street artists, and streed food until 5 pm.

More information here.

So see you soon in Bourgogne! 

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