On the way to discover Dijon, one of the thirteen regional capitals of France? Winalist accompanies you during your stay to guide you in your wine tourism activities to be carried out on site. The winegrowers of Dijon will be happy to welcome you to their estate to introduce you to the vineyard, the history of their land, their cellar but also to let you taste the different wines they make every day at home. Below is a list of wine experiences offered by our partner hosts. Reserve yours now.
Would you like to book a castle visit with tasting in Dijon? On Winalist, you will find many guided tours offered by Winalist's partner wineries.
The activities offered by our partner winegrowers are ideal for discovering the great wines of Burgundy in the Dijon region.
During a day or a few hours, you discover the castles, cellars and vineyards of wine estates such as Crémant Veuve Ambard. It is also an opportunity to taste local wines in the heart of Burgundy in Vougeot, a village near Dijon.
Taste the premier crus in the company of the winegrowers in a château or estate in just a few clicks. There are visit and tasting activities at all prices and for all tastes in Burgundy, departing from Dijon. The opinions of wine tourists who trust us every day are also available to help you choose.
Located just 1h30 by train from Paris and 2h from Lyon, Dijon is the capital of Burgundy and therefore one of the thirteen regional capitals of France. Burgundy is a historic region in central-eastern France and one of the country's main wine-growing territories. Known for its economic, cultural and tourist assets, the city of Dijon is ideal for visiting its vineyards and discovering its gastronomic fair in autumn. It is also advisable to observe the architectural styles of the city, ranging from Gothic to Art Deco.
If you have the opportunity, go to the Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon which is one of the most important and one of the oldest museums in France. Also visit the Saint-Bénigne Cathedral which is a 13th century gothic-style oriented church located in the protected center of Dijon in Côte-d'Or.
Pass by the Palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy which is a large historic palace accompanied by a museum. When you are there, do not leave without going to the Philippe le Bon Tower of the Palace of the Dukes which is a Classic and Renaissance style tower from the 15th century under the Duke of Burgundy Philippe le Bon.
Which grape varieties to discover in Dijon?
The Burgundy vineyard is a French vineyard that extends over 250 kilometers and is located in Burgundy-Franche-Comté in the departments of Yonne, Côte-d'Or and Saône-et-Loire.
Burgundy produces red and rosé wines (31.5%), white wines (60.5%), as well as crémant (8%). The grape varieties are Pinot Noir and Gamay for the red wines, Chardonnay and Aligoté for the white wines.
In order to discover more about the wine history of Dijon, we invite you to book your next wine tourism experience now. The reservation is made online on Winalist and is instantaneous. Enjoy your stay in Burgundy!