The Burgundy Wine Route
Let's explore the Burgundy Wine Route together, an essential itinerary for those in search of a taste adventure.
Prepare to meet passionate winemakers and taste exceptional wines on this unique Burgundy experience.
The Burgundy Wine Route by car promises a mosaic of authentic landscapes where vineyards stretch to the horizon of rolling hills!
So, which vineyard to visit in Burgundy?
Which towns to visit in Burgundy?
We present our top 5 must-see stops.
The Crémant Wine Tourist Route
Travelling along the Burgundy Wine Route means, above all, enjoying the hospitality of the region's wine lovers. The Crémant route is 120 km long and passes through 23 communes. In this region full of character, wine growers produce Crémant de Bourgogne as well as red and white Burgundies. Between walks in the woods, visits to picturesque villages, abbeys and historic châteaux, the art of living and the taste for good things are cultivated here.
The Yonne vineyard route
This route will surprise you with its variety of landscapes and unique flavours. Take the time to stop: you will discover that each village has its hidden treasures. This is what the Burgundy Wine Route is all about: getting to know the terroirs of Burgundy, its wines and its heritage. The Yonne Wine Route, or "the Golden Gates of Burgundy", is made up of 5 itineraries just 1 hour and 30 minutes from Paris.
The Great Wines Tourist Route
Thinking of travelling the Burgundy Wine Route by car? The Côte Chalonnaise is the perfect place to discover famous wines such as Mercurey and Rully reds, and Montagny and Givry whites (King Henri IV's favourite). Discover the unique aromas of this route that crosses 40 communes. The wine growers will welcome you with open arms, happy to share the passion that has driven them for generations.
The Grand Crus Route
Created in 1937, the Grand Crus Route is the first wine route in France. It crosses 37 wine-growing villages and extends from Dijon to Santenay, passing through Beaune. This 60 km itinerary is the result of a millennia-old alliance between Man and nature.
The Grand Crus Route, or "the Champs-Élysées of Burgundy," is part of the Climats of Burgundy vineyards, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2015. It encompasses 32 of the 33 Burgundian Grand Crus, bearing witness to the prestigious cellars present in the region!
The Mâconnais — Beaujolais Wine Route
Discover the iconic winemakers and producers of the Burgundy Wine Route through this 75 km itinerary. From Saint-Gengoux-le-National to Romanèche-Thorins, the 78 municipalities offer a unique panorama of the Saône Valley. A land of character, this Burgundy Wine Route has seen the birth of the greatest white wines such as Pouilly-Fuissé, Pouilly-Loché, and Saint-Véran.
Take a well-deserved rest after your adventures on the Burgundy Wine Route.
Join Les Sept Fontaines Hotel in Tournus, an authentic place that will allow you to recharge and fully relax!