Burgundy is associated with some of the most important historical events in France’s history. Cluny Abbey – founded in 910 by William 1st, Duke of Aquitaine, establishing the Benedictine Order as the keystone of stability in European society. It also has a Beautiful “Bucolic” countryside… in addition to being one of the premium wine regions in France, famous for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and not to forget its food culture.
Visit and tasting at the Château de Pommard, Chateau de Meursault the Chateau de Chassagne Lunch at a tasting table with a winemaker Olivier Leflaive at Puligny Montrachet, the Château de Chassagne at Chassagne Montrachet, the Table of Comte Senard Aloxe Corton. Discovery of the Côte de Beaune with drawn-horses carriage Overview of the vineyard in a hot-air balloon Feet guided walk through the vineyards with tasting stops Visit a cooperage in Meursault Gourmet walks
1. The “Côte de Nuits” and the Castle of Clos de Vougeot, the “Cassissium”, the “Imaginarium”, “L’or des Valois” (discover Burgundy truffle and digging with truffle dogs)2. Dijon: capital of the Dukes of Burgundy3. Chateauneuf-en-Auxois4. Roman Abbey of Fontenay ( Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Muséoparc of Alesia, the village of Flavigny sur Ozerain ( label one the most beautiful village in France, featured in the movie " Chocolat " )- 1 day trip5. The medieval village and the Hill of Vézelay , the basilica classified World Heritage of Unesco
1. Visit Chalon-sur-Saone: Opportunity to visit traditional or gourmet tour, and lunch on a boat ride during a cruise. Suggestion visit on Friday because it is market day.2. Visit Tournus (55 km) and Cluny (70 km) on a perfect day.3. Living Museum of the Bresse Pierre de Bresse and Verdun sur le Doubs: 42 km