Burgundy wine tourism: Visit the most beautiful cellars

Located in central-eastern France, 2h30 from Paris by train, Burgundy represents 3% of the French vineyard. Thanks to its vast surface area, Burgundy benefits from varied and different climates depending on the territory. The main varieties of grapes are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, or even Gamay and Aligoté. Half of the wines are intended for export thanks to the notoriety of certain bottles.
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Discover Burgundy wines during an authentic experience

The hospices de Beaune are one of the must-see places in Burgundy. The old streets of Auxerre with the look of a postcard will undoubtedly make you want to sit down around a glass of wine. Dijon , the city of the dukes, or even Cluny and its impressive Romanesque architecture will not leave you indifferent. Thanks to Winalist, you will find a list of wine estates open to the public in Burgundy. Our interactive map will help you locate the estates and plan your activities in Burgundy or through the Grands Crus routes! Book your visit to the winery of your choice below.

Burgundy grape varieties to know and wines to taste

Chardonnay (white) and Pinot Noir (red) are omnipresent, since they represent more than 80% of the Burgundy vineyard. Aligoté, a very old grape variety from Burgundy, is also renowned for its excellent vines. Gamay is another variety of red wine. These four grape varieties can be found in Crémant de Bourgogne.

How to book a wine weekend in Burgundy?

With Winalist, wine tourism in Burgundy is just one click away! Discover the partner vineyards and castles in the region, for an experience that suits you. Select your next destination using your criteria, then book your experience on the date and time of your choice, with no booking fees. Our harvesting partners open their doors to you for a wine tourism stay on Saturdays and Sundays. Winalist is the leading wine tourism platform in Burgundy and France. Burgundy wines are often well rated, and receive many positive reviews.

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How to choose your Burgundy wine weekend with Winalist?

Do you want to organize the Burgundy wine route for your family or group of friends? Nothing could be simpler with Winalist, the specialist in Burgundy wine tourism. To do so, nothing could be simpler. First, you will have to choose whether you prefer only to visit the estates, participate in tastings or both together. In addition, Winalist also allows you to take cooking classes. Thus, you will become an expert in the pairings between food and wine and can therefore offer your guests the best bottles during your dinners.

Bourgogne wine tourism: Wine tourism in Burgundy with Winalist.

Burgundy represents around three percent of total French vineyards to date. Benefiting from different climates, the region produces different grape varieties such as Pinot Noir, Chardonnay or Gamay. With Winalist, we offer you a wide range of sensory and taste experiences to better discover the region and the wine produced there. Among other things, we can rediscover our Burgundy wine tasting experience >around the truffle . Wine and truffle are indeed the two elements of French gastronomy that characterize Burgundy.

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Wine areas in Burgundy

Chablis and Yonne Côte Chalonnaise Côte de Beaune Côte des Nuits Mâconnais Chatillonnais Auxerrois Tonnerrois

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