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The Burgundy wine route: wine tourism in Burgundy

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At Winalist, we offer several diverse and varied experiences around wine tourism in Burgundy. For a total immersion, you can for example choose our experience of tasting Burgundy wine from Chateau de Pommard. With this activity, you will start with an organized tour of the cellars to discover all the stages of winemaking. Finally, you can revel in and taste no less than six different wines, a real treat for lovers of good wines as well as for novices in wine tourism.

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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. At first, you will have to choose whether you prefer only to visit the estates, participate in tastings or both. In addition, Winalist also allows you to take cooking lessons. Thus, you will become an expert in food and wine pairings and can therefore offer your guests the best bottles during your dinners.

Burgundy wine tourism: Wine tourism in Burgundy with Winalist.

Burgundy represents around three percent of the total of 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 a wide range of sensory and taste experiences to better discover the region and the wine produced there. Among others, we can find 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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