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Map of Bourgogne and its five wine-producing regions

Map of Bourgogne and its five wine-producing regions

A map of Bourgogne and its five regions with, from north to south, the winegrowing regions of Chablis and the Grand Auxerrois; Côte de Nuits, Hautes Côtes de Nuits and the Châtillonnais; Côte de Beaune and the Hautes Côtes de Beaune; the Côte Chalonnaise and the Couchois, and finally, the Mâconnais.

 

Key figures for the Chablis winegrowing region

Key figures for the Chablis winegrowing region

Key figures for the Bourgogne winegrowing region

Key figures for the Bourgogne winegrowing region

Key figures for the Bourgogne winegrowing region 2

Key figures for the Bourgogne winegrowing region 2

Regional cheeses and Bourgogne wines

Regional cheeses and Bourgogne wines

Discover an infograpgic with some gourmet combinations of cheeses and wines from the Bourgogne region. 

The art of wine tasting in Bourgogne

The art of wine tasting in Bourgogne

Tasting the wines of Bourgogne isn’t just about being able to appreciate the quality of a wine; it’s also about knowing how to find simple, precise and comprehensible words to describe the sensations it creates. This exercise is sometimes tricky but anyone can do it with the help of this brochure, which presents all the stages in tasting Bourgogne wine. 

Passport to Bourgogne wines

Passport to Bourgogne wines

Everything you need to know about Bourgogne can be found in this brochure. 
This passport provides the key references on Bourgogne wine. This document will provide you with all the essential information about the whole winegrowing area. It shows the map of Bourgogne and its five winegrowing regions, the current state of winegrowing in Bourgogne, the history of Bourgogne wines, and much more. 

The aroma guide

The aroma guide

A three-way fold-out guide to the aromas of Bourgogne wines to explain its origins. It provides examples of appellations in which they can be found and suggests a methodology for learning about them in the glass. Please visit also the website www.bourgogne-wines.com.

From Terroir to

From Terroir to "Climats" - Understanding Bourgogne wines

This reference document firstly tackles the notions of “terroir” and “Climat” through four different sections: the soil, the weather, the make-up of the “terroir”, and grape varieties. You can also watch some very helpful videos in the “Enjoying” section. Please visit also the website www.bourgogne-wines.com 

Les Climats et Lieux-Dits de Bourgogne

Les Climats et Lieux-Dits de Bourgogne

Singuliers et multiples, divers et exceptionnels, inimitables et authentiques, spirituels et emblématiques…
The vineyard of Bourgogne is made up of small plots known as Climats and lieux-dits, pieced together like a mosaic. These give the Bourgogne wine region its special character and rich diversity.
Discover them in this reference document « Les Climats et lieux-dits de Bourgogne ». Please visit also the website www.bourgogne-wines.com

From Terroir to

From Terroir to "Climats" AN IN-DEPTH LOOK

Do you want to have an in-depth look of the Climats of Bourgogne? Do not wait anymore, click!

Fun and interactive: this is the concept of the new online brochure, which stages two characters, Jacques great lover of Bourgogne wines, and Romain, young neophyte.

Drafted with the cooperation of the best scientific experts, this document is accessible to everyone: illustrations, “for further info”…

Please visit also the website www.bourgogne-wines.com 
 

En route vers les Bourgognes 2018

En route vers les Bourgognes 2018

Cellars, restaurants and tourist events

La Route Touristique des Vignobles de l’Yonne

La Route Touristique des Vignobles de l’Yonne

Between Auxerre and Tonnerre, escape along La Route Touristique des Vignobles de l’Yonne...

La Route des Grands Crus - Côte de Nuits

La Route des Grands Crus - Côte de Nuits

La Route des Grands Cru from Dijon to Corgoloin 

La Route des Grands Crus - Côte de Beaune

La Route des Grands Crus - Côte de Beaune

La Route des Grands Crus from Ladoix-Serigny to Santenay

La Route Touristique des Grands Vins

La Route Touristique des Grands Vins

On the outskirts of Chalon-sur-Saône, La Route Touristique des Grands Vins leads you on an exploration of the wine estates of the Côte Chalonnaise.

La Route des Vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais

La Route des Vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais

To the west of Mâcon, La Route des Vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais passes through a land of beauty with a unique history.

Sustainable Development and Bourgogne wines

Sustainable Development and Bourgogne wines

The Bourgogne wine region would be nothing without the men and women at the heart of these strategies. Their jobs cannot be outsourced, and they bring a unique understanding and expertise, and are thus a highly qualified workforce. To respond to this, the region is focusing on training, both on a one-off and an ongoing basis, as well as investing in cutting edge research facilities. These are just some examples among the multitude of projects currently underway that are presented in this 72-page report entitled “Sustainable Development in the Bourgogne Wine Region” (in French only), the first of its kind.

The world of the winegrower

The world of the winegrower

The winegrowers of Bourgogne are proud to welcome you to the heart of their terroir. So many of you come to explore our region and appreciate the beauty of our landscapes. Strolling along the paths between the vines, you’ll often see winegrowers – on foot and in tractors – busy pruning, debudding, trimming back, or harvesting… Like all fine things, our vines need to be cared for and monitored throughout the year, because our vineyard is a place of work for thousands of women and men who make a living from the winegrowing industry. The aim of this booklet is to introduce you to the daily life of winegrowers and their work in the vines throughout the year. We want to show you the challenges we face, and the efforts we are making to respond to the major environmental concerns that we fully share. Come and visit our wineries, our vineyard, and our professional organizations. We look forward to sharing our passion with you. Enjoy discovering the vineyard of Bourgogne ! 

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