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Save the date: The Mois des Climats Festival from June 1 to July 14


Every year, the Mois des Climats Festival offers the public more than 60 original events to celebrate the diversity of the Climats du vignoble de Bourgogne – World Heritage Site.

The programme covers not only vineyards and wine, but also history and heritage, art and entertainment, and family and sports activities. Themed tasting sessions and vineyard walks sit happily alongside guided and dramatised tours, landscape readings, exhibitions, shows and children’s workshops.

Small groups and ticket prices under €25 will ensure authentic encounters with winemakers and speakers for a wide audience of connoisseurs and the simply curious.

Over 6,000 visitors took part in 2023!

The Climats du Vignoble de Bourgogne, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

On 4 July 2015, the Climats du Vignoble de Bourgogne were added to UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage List as cultural landscapes, or “combined works of nature and of man”. The listing reflects the Climats du Vignoble des Côtes de Nuits et de Beaune’s status as a model for terroir winegrowing. It also takes into account the cultural and heritage elements embodying this 1,000-year-old history of wine production. As such, it is culture, savoir-faire, and heritage of the winegrowing villages and historical centers of Beaune and Dijon that have been recognized by UNESCO.

Since the listing, our association has had a mission to protect, promote, and raise awareness of this exceptional region through a range of efforts and a management plan for the territory drawn up in partnership with the state, local authorities, and professionals from the world of wine.