- 8 hours
- An estate in the Cotes de Beaune district
- An estate in the Cotes de Nuits district (Grand Cru)
- A third estate for lunch/wine pairing
- Transportation to/from Beaune hotel or accommodation
- Wine tastings at wineries
We'll have a food/wine pairing lunch with local cheeses, meats, and other French treats with our expert guide in the quaint village of Vosne Romanée, in the Côtes de Nuits district. After lunch, our journey will continue north, where we will proceed with our tasting (and learning) experience. We'll enjoy a second tasting in a family-run estate as we discover the 900-year history of wine-making at a castle known for its Grand Cru.
This Burgundy Wine Tour aims at crafting a didactic day with a pleasing, sensorial adventure. What would be a more fitting way to learn about a celebrated wine region than tasting its prize?
Interested in more than just wine? Try our Dijon Half Day tour. For those looking for a more luxury experience, check out our Exclusive Burgundy Wine Tour.
If there are particular chateaux that you'd like to include, please let us know in your client notes and we will do our best to adapt the itinerary. If you are looking for something completely different, please feel free to email email@example.com and we can customize according to your wishes.
I'm coming from Paris. Can I still fit this tour in a day?
Absolutely. You can reach Burgundy in around 2 hours from Paris. Your guide will meet you at the station (Dijon or Beaune) and drop you off at the end of the day to get back to Paris by the evening.
Our vehicles have a max of 7 people. Please contact us to enquire if your group is larger than 6 people.
How long is a visit to a wine estate?
A visit can last anywhere between 1-2 hours. This includes a tour of the estate, castle, and tastings.
Is this suitable for travelers with reduced mobility?
Stephen has been living in France since 1992. After 5 years of working in the perfume industry in Grasse, he moved into the wine industry in Provence taking charge of wine tourism development at the Chateau de Berne. Stephen then worked for a fine wine merchant as a Burgundy sourcing agent based in Dijon (Stephen has French family in Burgundy) and became a Burgundy wine broker from then on. He has a consummate knowledge of Burgundy from its long wine history, to the secrets of the terroir and long-standing friendships with the winemakers. Stephen is also a part-time lecturer at various burgundy business schools, runs a wine club and has been initiating wine-lovers into Burgundy since 2012 from novices to winemakers from around the world.
Born and raised in Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, Jeremie has been associated with Burgundy's wine secrets through his family and winemakers' friends for as long as he can remember. After a scholarship based on sports education, project management, tourism guidance, and hotel management, Jeremie has worked in different places in France and Europe as a guide, hotel manager and travel designer. Back in Burgundy since 2016, he has dedicated his activities to local wine tourism as a wine guide, a bike guide, a wines event manager and a photographer. Passionate about his region, its history, and its wines, Jeremie will ensure you discover the wonders and secrets of “his” Burgundy.
Michael was born in Glasgow in 1969, studied Business Administration and History at the University of Strathclyde and arrived in France in 1991 to learn French and experience French life. Two years of organizing clients on camping holidays in Burgundy was followed by 20 years working as a driver-guide for a specialist hotel barge company, based in Dijon, and various other hotel barge companies, providing guiding services off-board and sommelier services on board to high end generally American clients. Michael has worked in almost every region of France, for at least a year each, gaining a broad understanding of French history and culture throughout its diverse regions. Since 2013, Michael has been an independent guide associated with wine, historical walking, and cycling tours.