Charming and authentic winevillages with a cosy ambiance, Burgundy food and wine. Famous names like Chambolle Musigny, Nuits Saint Georges and Gevrey Chambertin make travellers dream.
Burgundy is not known for splendor and beautyful chateaux, but for its rich history, prestigious gastronomy. Marked by gentle rolling hills covered with vineyards.
Since July 2015 the classification of Unesco has recognized the uniqueness of these wine area between Dijon and Santenay.
The history of these vineyards started in the 2nd century AD. The development is thanks to the Cistercian and Benedictin monks.
The variety in the vineyards is not easy to understand. What is the differences between a Grand Cru and a basic Burgundy wine? We are there to explain this.