Burgundy is competing with Bordeaux as France’s most prestigious vineyard, Burgundy is home to grapes that make Pinot Noir, red wine and Chardonnay white wines. Start your day in Beaune which preserves a charming architecture and is famous for the Hospices. Then visit a winery in the world famous Côte d’Or. End your day by stopping Dijon, and be delighted by the architecture and the extraordinary collection of modern art.
Included : Knowledgeable english speaking driver and private car service, transport expenses
Not included : any entrance to museums or other activities when touring, driver’s meal, food and beverage
Start discovering Burgundy in the city of Beaune. Behind its ramparts, discover magnificent streets with mansions, traditional houses, flowered squares and gardens. From the middle-age, Beaune has been a heart of culture and trade of wines, and since the XVIII century, the city became an important economic pole. The ambassadors of Beaune’s culture are evidently the wine producers who will be very happy to make you discover the best of their lands. Some of the must-sees are: the Basilique of Notre-Dame, the Wine Museum, the Hospice of Beaune, the Museum of Beaux Arts, and if time allows it, the Theatre of Beaune and the St Nicholas Church.
Inspired on the golden colours of the wineyards in fall this “golden coast” extends through 65km from Dijon to Santenay (after Beaune), every step of the way seems to have its own famous name: each village, each slope: a proud viticultural landmark. In short, this is peerless Burgundy: Gevrey-Chambertin, Romanée-Conti, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Côte-de-Beaune, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet… Your driver will take you to a domaine of the Côte d’Or so you can live the Burgundy experience for exclusive wine tastings and discovers of wine making.
Discover the beauty of Dijon with Deluxe Drivers. You will be taken to the heart of the city’s downtown, from the Dukes Palace to the Parliament quarter, and other interesting neighborhoods. Admire the church of Notre-Dame and the Cathedral of Saint Beningne, the medieval streets, and also, impressing town houses from ancient times. These are only some examples of the richness of Dijon, town of diversity and patrimony. Before you leave, don’t forget tasting some of the regional specialties: Cassis, Mustard, or Crémant de Bourgogne, ask about them!
This contemporary restaurant in the heart of the village overlooking the church is, of course, charming. Yet it is the subtle, up-to-the-minute cuisine and the chef’s Burgundy recipes that draw the regulars back in time and time again.
Perfect to be combined with this private tour Burgundy: Enjoy a Wine tasting private tour at D’Olivier Leflaive. It is a domain considered among the finest producers in Burgundy. Olivier Leflaive and Franck Grux rely on the experience and intuition of their palates in order to preserve their image and reputation at Puligny-Montrachet.