When mentioning Burgundy in front of a food and wine lover, it is highly likely that you will see his eyes twinkle with emotion! With its unique areas of vineyards, called the Climats, listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites since 2015, Burgundy region offers a fantastic immersion in one of the most beautiful regions in the French countryside ; its landscapes, food, and wines are simply breathtaking. While in Burgundy, you will explore the heart of this wine region : Côte de Nuits, nicknamed the Champs-Elysées de la Bourgogne, where Pinot noir reigns, with wine villages such as Gevrey-Chambertin, Vosne-Romanée, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vougeot… and Côte de Beaune where Montrachet, Pommard and Meursault are to be found. You will also drive to Chablis, a Chardonnay lovers paradise and yet to be discovered Côte Chalonnaise or Auxerrois. La Cuisine Bourguignonne is everywhere, at the winemakers table d’hôtes, in trendy gastro bistros, in traditional auberges and restyled by the top chefs !
Angels favorites in Burgundy
Anne Claire loves eating Œufs Meurettes everytime she gets a chance, the beautiful large Burgundian houses that you find in the countryside and the iron gates to the most prestigious Clos. Fanny loves sitting by a roaring open fire in a cosy 5 stars hotel in medieval Beaune after a full day of wine touring and the wonderful quaint Michelin plaques along the route des vins. Oh and Bœuf Bourguignon as well.

When to visit
Mid season April to June or September to October.


Stay longer
If you wish to extend your stay, Burgundy is perfect combined with the city of Lyon, a gourmets paradise, surrounded by Beaujolais and Rhone, Champagne region or Alsace region, and Paris of course.