Prosper Maufoux, Santenay

    Vineyard tour, tasting and Burgundy "Brunch".

    10:30AM: Welcome in the Maison's cellars with a glass of Crémant de Bourgogne! Presentation of our Maison, founded in 1860.

    Tour: during a stroll (1.5 km on foot) you can learn how we grow our vines, the classification of the appellations, the terroir and climats that give Burgundy wines their individual characters and make the village so charming. Then you will discover the cellars of the family domaine and how the wine is made and aged.

    You will then be offered a commented tasting of the Maison's wines (4 whites and 4 reds) accompanied by a "Burgundy Brunch" (a cold meal consisting of regional products) in a relaxed atmosphere around a wine-barrel. 

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    Cellars, tasting sessions and B&B.

    Prosper Maufoux, Santenay.

    Founded in 1860, Maison Prosper Maufoux on Santenay's main square contains beautiful vaulted cellars built on two levels, the oldest of which dates from the 15th century. In this superb setting you can enjoy discovering the Maison's jewels from the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.

    In the heart of the village of Santenay you can stay in a superb private mansion, built in 1835 by the then-owner of the prestigious Romanée-Conti domain, Jacques Marie Duvault-Blochet. Its meticulously-renovated spacious bedrooms will captivate you.

    See the Prosper Maufoux site

    Rully et la Côte Chalonnaise

    André Delorme: Côte Chalonnaise's great wines & Crémants de Bourgogne

    Maison André Delorme is a specialist in the Côte Chalonnaise appellations (Rully, Givry, Mercurey, Montagny, Bouzeron) and is also a producer of Crémants de Bourgogne. 

    André Delorme invites you to visit its cellars carved out of the rock, discover how Crémant de Bourgogne is made, and taste a selection of wines from the 25 appellations it offers. 

    Beaune

    The Hospices de Beaune

    Set in the centre of Burgundy's vineyards, Beaune was the site of the parliament in the Middle Ages and the Dukes of Burgundy's residence until the 14th century. Today it is the capital of Burgundy wines and a City of Art and History, filled with charm. With its rich historical and architectural heritage, Beaune is renowned for the Hôtel Dieu, the Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame, its wines and its world-famous Wine Auction, held on the third Sunday of November. The Hôtel Dieu, Beaune's precious pearl, will amaze you with its impressive architecture, its history, its collection of 5,000 objects and its very famous polyptych of the Last Judgement by Rogier van der Weyden. 

    Gourmet Tours: Vive la Bourgogne (The Burgundy Experience)

    The Moutarderie Fallot mustard in Beaune

    The Moutarderie Fallot mustard mill invites you to discover this legendary condiment through two entertaining interactive tours:

    • The "Découvertes" tour will introduce you to the actions and traditions linked to mustard and its history;

    • The "Sensations Fortes" tour will show you the actual steps in its production.

    Gourmet Tours: Vive la Bourgogne (The Burgundy Experience)

    Mulot & Petitjean gingerbread, Dijon

    Established in 1796, Mulot & Petitjean continues Dijon's long tradition of gingerbread bakers. Two sites to bring back childhood food memories:

    • The historic shop in the Catin de Richemont mansion, where you can learn of the history of gingerbread and how it is made;

    • The Bourgogne Street shop, right in the centre of Dijon, where you can learn the history of the great family businesses that have preserved traditional skills and know-how (gingerbread, crème de cassis, mustard, Flavigny aniseed, etc.). And, where of course, you can enjoy a commented tasting session and obtain some recipe ideas.

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    Fromagerie Gaugry

    The Gaugry family, cheese-makers since 1946, invite you to share their passion, expertise and experience. From its special visitors' gallery you can discover each step in the process producing cheeses such as Epoisses, Ami du Chambertin, etc.

    Gourmet Tours: Vive la Bourgogne (The Burgundy Experience)

    L'Or des Valois: Burgundy truffles

    Installed in the outbuildings of the Château d'Entre-Deux-Monts, the company L'Or des Valois offers an introduction to the truffle and truffle-growing. While the dogs work, we will tell you about the life cycle of this amazing fungus, and how a truffle farm operates. The Château's owner will tell you about the site's history and the architecture of the buildings, built between the 13th and 17th century. At the end of this visit, we offer an extensive tasting session or a meal containing products based on the Burgundy Truffle and sold by the L'Or des Valois shop.

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    The Cassissium

    Discover all the secrets of making crème de cassis in a guided tour of the Vedrenne production site, with its museographic and multimedia area.

    You can also enjoy tasting from our selection of crème de cassis, liqueurs, Burgundy aperitifs, eau de vie, etc. and a range of 40 syrups!

    Gourmet Tours: Vive la Bourgogne (The Burgundy Experience)

    Les anis de Flavigny

    Welcome to the land of Aniseed, welcome to Flavigny!

    Our sweet conceals an aniseed in its centre. So come and discover its long, fascinating history. (Free visit)