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Popular wineries to visit in Burgundy vineyards

Château de Pommard
Château de Pommard
Château de Pommard

Château de Pommard

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Price: from 18,00 €
1-8
4.5 /5
(14 reviews)
Château de Chamirey
Château de Chamirey
Château de Chamirey

Château de Chamirey

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 0,00 €
1-20
4.9 /5
(9 reviews)
Safari Tours
Safari Tours
Safari Tours

Safari Tours

Price: from 47,00 €
1-8
4.9 /5
(7 reviews)
Domaine Boyer-martenot
Domaine Boyer-martenot
Domaine Boyer-martenot

Domaine Boyer-martenot

Price: from 10,00 €
1-15
4.3 /5
(4 reviews)
Domaine Chanzy
Domaine Chanzy
Domaine Chanzy

Domaine Chanzy

Instant booking Biodynamic viticulture
Price: from 0,00 €
1-10
5 /5
(10 reviews)
Domaine Charles Père & Fille
Domaine Charles Père & Fille
Domaine Charles Père & Fille

Domaine Charles Père & Fille

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Price: from 0,00 €
1-20
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine Armand Heitz
Domaine Armand Heitz
Domaine Armand Heitz

Domaine Armand Heitz

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
1-15
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine De Montmain
Domaine De Montmain
Domaine De Montmain

Domaine De Montmain

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Price: from 15,00 €
1-8
5 /5
(3 reviews)
Château De La Greffière
Château De La Greffière
Château De La Greffière

Château De La Greffière

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 9,00 €
1-14
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Olivier Leflaive
Olivier Leflaive
Olivier Leflaive

Olivier Leflaive

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Price: from 30,00 €
1-12
4.3 /5
(3 reviews)
Domaine Louis Moreau
Domaine Louis Moreau
Domaine Louis Moreau

Domaine Louis Moreau

Price: from 7,00 €
1-20
4.3 /5
(3 reviews)
Veuve Ambal
Veuve Ambal
Veuve Ambal

Veuve Ambal

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Price: from 9,00 €
1-50
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Boursot Père & Fils
Boursot Père & Fils
Boursot Père & Fils

Boursot Père & Fils

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Price: from 20,00 €
1-15
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Collection Tramier
Collection Tramier
Collection Tramier

Collection Tramier

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Price: from 0,00 €
1-16
Louis Bouillot - La Verrière
Louis Bouillot - La Verrière
Louis Bouillot - La Verrière

Louis Bouillot - La Verrière

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Price: from 12,00 €
2-12
Domaine Besancenot
Domaine Besancenot
Domaine Besancenot

Domaine Besancenot

Price: from 12,50 €
1-6
4.7 /5
(3 reviews)
Maison Jaffelin
Maison Jaffelin
Maison Jaffelin

Maison Jaffelin

Price: from 20,00 €
1-15
Antonin Rodet
Antonin Rodet
Antonin Rodet

Antonin Rodet

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Price: from 12,00 €
1-12
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Prosper Maufoux
Prosper Maufoux
Prosper Maufoux

Prosper Maufoux

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 25,00 €
1-10
Domaine Debreuille
Domaine Debreuille
Domaine Debreuille

Domaine Debreuille

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 9,00 €
4-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine Marguerite Carillon
Domaine Marguerite Carillon
Domaine Marguerite Carillon

Domaine Marguerite Carillon

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
1-8
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine de Cardon
Domaine de Cardon
Domaine de Cardon

Domaine de Cardon

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 20,00 €
2-10
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine Faiveley
Domaine Faiveley
Domaine Faiveley

Domaine Faiveley

Price: from 50,00 €
1-10
4 /5
(1 reviews)
La Cave Du Maitre De Poste
La Cave Du Maitre De Poste
La Cave Du Maitre De Poste

La Cave Du Maitre De Poste

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
2-40
L'imaginarium
L'imaginarium
L'imaginarium

L'imaginarium

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Price: from 10,00 €
1-8
Domaine Céline & Frédéric Gueguen
Domaine Céline & Frédéric Gueguen
Domaine Céline & Frédéric Gueguen

Domaine Céline & Frédéric Gueguen

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 5,00 €
1-9
Château de Chasselas
Château de Chasselas
Château de Chasselas

Château de Chasselas

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 5,00 €
1-12
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Domaine Quivy
Domaine Quivy
Domaine Quivy

Domaine Quivy

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Price: from 10,00 €
1-6
Domaine Michel Magnien
Domaine Michel Magnien
Domaine Michel Magnien

Domaine Michel Magnien

Biodynamic viticulture
Price: from 30,00 €
1-9
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Vosne Tasting Club
Vosne Tasting Club
Vosne Tasting Club

Vosne Tasting Club

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Price: from 125,00 €
2-10
Le Caveau à Auxey
Le Caveau à Auxey
Le Caveau à Auxey

Le Caveau à Auxey

Price: from 19,00 €
1-12
Domaine Du Beauregard
Domaine Du Beauregard
Domaine Du Beauregard

Domaine Du Beauregard

Price: from 8,00 €
1-15
André Delorme
André Delorme
André Delorme

André Delorme

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
2-60
Art Montgolfière Bourgogne
Art Montgolfière Bourgogne
Art Montgolfière Bourgogne

Art Montgolfière Bourgogne

Price: from 240,00 €
2-12
Chanson Père & Fils
Chanson Père & Fils
Chanson Père & Fils

Chanson Père & Fils

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
1-12
Château De Garnerot
Château De Garnerot
Château De Garnerot

Château De Garnerot

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Price: from 10,00 €
4-60
Bourgogne Evasion By Active Tours
Bourgogne Evasion By Active Tours
Bourgogne Evasion By Active Tours

Bourgogne Evasion By Active Tours

Price: from 165,00 €
2-16
Rétro Tour Bourgogne
Rétro Tour Bourgogne
Rétro Tour Bourgogne

Rétro Tour Bourgogne

Price: from 49,00 €
1-2
Domaine Joseph Lafarge
Domaine Joseph Lafarge
Domaine Joseph Lafarge

Domaine Joseph Lafarge

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 49,00 €
1-10
Grapes and Corks
Grapes and Corks
Grapes and Corks

Grapes and Corks

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 185,00 €
3-8
Domaine Clos Saint-Jean
Domaine Clos Saint-Jean
Domaine Clos Saint-Jean

Domaine Clos Saint-Jean

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 40,00 €
5-10
One Up Tour
One Up Tour
One Up Tour

One Up Tour

Price: from 70,00 €
3-12
Maison Régnard
Maison Régnard
Maison Régnard

Maison Régnard

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Price: from 0,00 €
1-30
4 /5
(1 reviews)
Manoir des Parcellaires De Saulx
Manoir des Parcellaires De Saulx
Manoir des Parcellaires De Saulx

Manoir des Parcellaires De Saulx

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 90,00 €
1-20
Domaine Du Petit Béru
Domaine Du Petit Béru
Domaine Du Petit Béru

Domaine Du Petit Béru

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Price: from 5,00 €
1-20
Alexia Papin French Tour Guide
Alexia Papin French Tour Guide
Alexia Papin French Tour Guide

Alexia Papin French Tour Guide

Price: from 32,00 €
5-10
Caveau Moillard
Caveau Moillard
Caveau Moillard

Caveau Moillard

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Price: from 20,00 €
1-10
Bourgogne Aventure
Bourgogne Aventure
Bourgogne Aventure

Bourgogne Aventure

Price: from 550,00 €
2-12
La Terre D'or
La Terre D'or
La Terre D'or

La Terre D'or

Price: from 295,00 €
2-8
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Best cities to visit in Burgundy, France

Dijon
Dijon
4.7/5 (9986 reviews)
158 experiences
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...

Beaune
4.4/5 (6943 reviews)
88 experiences
Would you like to visit a cellar in Beaune and the surrounding area? On Winalist, you will find several guided tours offered by Winalist's partner wineries. Visits to wine estates in Beaune usually start with the Hospices de Beaune, famous fo...
Beaune

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How can I book a wine weekend in Burgundy? +

With Winalist, an unforgettable wine experience in Burgundy is just a few clicks away. Discover our exclusive partnered vineyards and castles in this region of France, and book an experience that suits you. Select your next destination using your criteria and book your experience on the date and at the time of your choice, without any booking fees. Winalist is the first wine tourism platform in Burgundy and France.

How to organize my 2 days weekend in Burgundy? +

There are plenty of beautiful wine routes in Burgundy. One of the most famous is the Grands Crus de Bourgogne route. The Grands Crus de Bourgogne route (from Dijon to Santenay via Nuits-Saint-Georges and Beaune), which crosses many vineyards and wine villages, won’t disappoint.

On your way through this route, you’re bound to find several activities, estates, and guest houses that will gladly offer you tastings and local pleasures.

If you arrive at Dijon by train, you will be right in the heart of the capital of Burgundy! Visit the gourmet shops full of traditions (mustard, gingerbread, etc.). The owl's route allows you to discover the city easily.

The surrounding villages transport you to Beaune and its famous hospice. But above all, you can take the Grands Crus de Bourgogne route (from Dijon to Santenay via Nuits-Saint-Georges and Beaune) which crosses the vineyard and no less than 35 wine villages.

You will find on your way a number of activities, estates and guest houses which will gladly offer you a tasting of local pleasures.

When is the best time to visit Burgundy for wine tasting? +

Burgundy is a beautiful place to visit year-round, but if you want to do some wine tasting in Burgundy, spring and fall are the best times of year for this activity. Spring and fall offer the most temperate climates. Summer can be extremely hot (and humid) in Burgundy especially since most vineyards are located on hillsides near rivers or streams for irrigation purposes.

So, this time of year may not boast the most pleasant weather for hiking around vineyards looking at grapes being grown. Additionally, during the winter months, some wineries close because tourists won’t travel to cold areas like this one during those months. However, some Burgundy wineries are open year-round.

What types of wines do wineries in Burgundy Produce? +

Burgundy primarily produces white and red wines, along with some rosés. The most common grapes grown in Burgundy include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay and Auxerrois. 

The white wines of the region tend to be lighter-bodied than those produced in other regions of France, such as the Chablis or Champagne region. They're often made from 100% Chardonnay grapes that are fermented separately from their skins first before being blended together later on in the process. The resulting product is a fragrant but dry wine with hints of citrus fruit flavors like grapefruit and lemon peel alongside notes of caramelized sugar or honeyed sweetness.

Red Burgundies tend toward earthier flavors than their counterparts made elsewhere throughout France because they spend time fermenting inside large oak barrels before being bottled.

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What are the wineries that accept groups in the Burgundy wine region region? +
Here are the wine estates that can accommodate groups of 8 people minimum in the Burgundy wine region for a visit and tasting: See all domains that can accommodate groups in the region Burgundy wine region.
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The Burgundy, France wine region is one of the most famous wine producing areas in France. With its unique geography and varied terroirs, winemakers of this region produce some of the best wines in the world. If you are interested in exploring Burgundy’s famous vineyards and tasting delicious, authentic wine, then this guide will provide a basis for how to plan your visit to Burgundy. We’ll also give you information regarding what to expect while tasting French wines.

A trip to explore Burgundy, France’s wine region is a chance to discover a world-renowned wine growing area, producing some of the best wines in the world. For centuries, the vineyards of Burgundy have produced some of France’s finest and most complex Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines. If you are seeking an unforgettable experience tasting unique French wines and visiting charming villages surrounded by lush vineyards, then Burgundy is one of the best wine tasting destinations in France for you.

About Burgundy wine tours & wine tasting in France

The vineyards of Burgundy have been producing some of France's finest and most complex wines since the 12th century, thanks to the region’s unique soil composition and climate. For centuries, Burgundy has been known for its amazing Pinot Noir reds and Chardonnays whites, but it also produces other types of wines including rosés, Riesling, and sparkling Crémant de Bourgogne (a sparkling red wine).

Burgundy is located in western France along its namesake river which flows from Switzerland through Germany before emptying into the North Sea at Rotterdam. This geographical feature makes Burgundy a very diverse region with lots of different types of vineyards located at different altitudes throughout all four seasons. Each season brings new challenges for grape growers but also provides unique opportunities depending on what kind of grapes grow best under each particular climate type.

Grape growers in this region tend to grow the following types of grapes:

  • Chardonnay (white).
  • Pinot Noir (red).
  • Gamay Noir (red).
  • Pinot Gris (white).

Burgundy is an amazing place to visit, with lots to see and do in nearby areas. The city of Dijon has been a regional capital since the Middle Ages and was once home to the French Parliament. As you might guess, this city is also famous for its mustard. There are great museums, palaces, gardens and historic buildings that make the Burgundy region worth visiting while you're in France.

While there are thousands of options for wine tours and tastings in Burgundy, Winalist hand-picks the best wineries and wine tasting experiences available that are certain to provide unparalleled wine experiences. You can choose a wine tasting experience in Bordeaux based on its price point, suitability for non-French speakers (though most wineries in Bordeaux, France don't require you to speak French), and their overall experience factor (i.e., how much fun they are).

Burgundy wine highlights

  • Known for its Pinot Noir reds and Chardonnay whites.
  • Located in eastern-central France.
  • Easy commute from Paris.

Burgundy Wine Tasting Itineraries

Wine tasting in Burgundy is a great way to discover the wine growing regions of Burgundy. There are many different itineraries that can be custom-created for you.If you love wine tasting then be sure not to miss a trip through Burgundy while you’re visiting France.

The region offers some truly memorable experiences along with many different ways for visitors to learn more about their local winemakers' craftsmanship in person during classes or tastings at any number of vineyards around town. If visiting during harvest season (July/August), make sure your itinerary includes one last chance before leaving town: September 15th marks 'Bourgogne Day' which means free entry into every cellar door in Burgundy!

History of Winemaking in Burgundy, France

The history of winemaking in Burgundy, France, is full of colorful stories. The region is so rich in history and tradition that it's considered one of the most famous wine regions in the world. From its romantic past to its modern-day reputation as one of the finest places on earth to taste some of the best wines, Burgundy has been home to some truly incredible events throughout its long history.

One aspect of Burgundy's illustrious past involves its signature grape varietal known as Pinot Noir. This particular red varietal was discovered by monks during medieval ages and has since become an integral part of many reds produced within this region. The story goes that these monks were looking for warmer climates because their original vineyards were failing due to harsh winters; however when they arrived at what would become known as Pinot Noir country, they found success in both making wine and growing grapes.

Another interesting fact about Burgundy's winemaking history involves Chardonnay, a white varietal which also originated within this region centuries ago. This wine type’se popularity skyrocketed around 1962 when California started producing high quality examples using this grape type (which prompted other countries including France itself).

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