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  • Burgundy: Half-Day Wine Tasting Tour from Dijon

    1. Burgundy: Half-Day Wine Tasting Tour from Dijon

    Indulge your senses on a half-day wine tour of Burgundy from Dijon, and sample some of the local wines. You will be in the hands of an expert sommelier, wine collector, or producer, traveling along scenic roads that take you past the vineyards and rural villages of the Grand Cru wine route. See the vineyards of famous appellations, such as Marsannay, Fixin, or Chambertin, passing abbeys, castles, and Roman churches along the way. Learn the history of wine production in the area, as well as the wine making techniques of today, from pruning the vines, to ageing the wine in oak barrels, and the secrets of the terroir (soil). Stop to taste 4-7 wines in each cellar you visit, including Pinot Noirs and white wines. Your sommelier will teach you how to pair Burgundy wines with your meals. You will also see the wine village of Gevrey-Chambertin in the Côte de Nuits, often referred to as the “...

    This was one of the best tours we've ever taken! Emmanuel is a walking encyclopedic story teller who makes everything about Dijon/Beaune and wine interesting and understandable - and humorous! He really makes it a personal experience and caters to individual tastes, questions and ideas and is in no hurry to finish the tour. We also appreciated how quickly he responded to all our preliminary questions and he kept us apprised of covid changes. Exceptional experience!

  • Dijon: Wines of Burgundy Half-Day Tour of Beaune

    2. Dijon: Wines of Burgundy Half-Day Tour of Beaune

    Travel the Grand Cru wine route of the Burgundy wine lands on a half-day tour from Dijon, and visit the wine capital on a stroll around the historic city of Beaune. You will be in the hands of an expert sommelier, wine collector or producer, traveling along scenic roads that take you past vineyards and rural villages. Discover the vineyards of famous Grand Cru appellations, such as the Romanée Conti, Clos de Vougeot, Chambertin, and Montrachet, passing abbeys, castles, and Roman churches along the way. Stop to taste a selection of Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits wines. Your sommelier will introduce you to 5 to 7 white and Pinot Noir red wines, including some extraordinary Premiere and Grand Cru wines. Then, enjoy some free time wandering the historic streets of Beaune, Burgundy’s picturesque capital. Discover traditional shops selling typical produce of the region, including blackcur...

    Lovely, knowledgeable guide but if you’re expecting a wine tasting tour like Aus or US then this is not for you. 40 mins spent tasting some nice and mainly red wine wines followed by a drive to Beaune through the vineyards. You will learn about the classification system but you wont visit producers or see a winery up close. Beaune is beautiful but an hour is not enough to give it justice - go see it separately.

  • Burgundy Wines Full-Day Tasting Tour from Dijon

    3. Burgundy Wines Full-Day Tasting Tour from Dijon

    Enjoy a full-day wine tasting tour of the historic Burgundy wine region, with round-trip transfers from Dijon. Start your tour with a breathtaking views over the Corton hills of the Cote de Beaune, famous for its red and white Grand Cru wines. During the day, you will sample 9 to 12 white wines and Pinot noirs, including premiere and Grand Cru wines. You will also visit the cellars of a family-run wine estate to see the aged oak barrels and vintage wines. Then, enjoy lunch (own expense) and some free time in the historic town of Beaune, Burgundy’s wine capital. Your guide will suggest the best places to eat, and advise you about the local dishes and cheeses. You are free to do as you like in Beaune, but a visit to the mustard-makers of La Moutarderie Fallot (closed on Sundays) is highly recommended. As you wander the old town, you will find traditional shops selling local produce, suc...

    Sebastian has a very deep knowledge of Burgundy wines. We learned so much on the day about the soils and growing conditions and this made the tasting experience so much more meaningful. We came away from the experience with some beginner knowledge of Burgundy wines as well as an appreciation of how much more there is to learn. I can really recommended this tour if you’re in Burgundy.

  • Veuve Ambal 1.5-Hour Cellar Tour with Tasting

    4. Veuve Ambal 1.5-Hour Cellar Tour with Tasting

    Travel to the Maison Veuve Ambal, a family-owned winery located in Montagny-lès-Beaune , on a 1.5-hour winery tour and tasting. The maison was established in the heart of Burgundy more than a century ago and has been making quality wines since 1898. Upon arrival you will be taken on a guided walk through the aging cellars and workshops. See the robots and automatons that make the sparkling wine and learn more about the process. Then continue to the Veuve Ambal shop, where you will have a guided tasting of 3 Crémant de Bourgogne drinks. Afterward, spend time browsing the shop and discussing your new wine knowledge. Visits start at: 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 02:30 PM, 03:30 PM, 04:30 PM (+ 05:30 PM from 1st April to 30th September)

    Nice to see the origine of the cremant. The story behind it and the growth they made.

  • Dijon: Self-Guided City Walking Tour

    5. Dijon: Self-Guided City Walking Tour

    Step back in time and discover the history of Dijon as you explore its historic center on this 22-step route. Follow the Owl's Trail to the best spots in the city and immerse yourself in the charm of Dijon. With your booklet guide, enjoy 3 routes that take you to the Rousseau and Zola districts as well as the Chartreuse de Champmol with its famous Puits de Moïse. Explore each district at your own pace as you follow the trail and learn the history behind each turn with information and facts on all the monuments and landmarks you encounter.

  • Burgundy Vineyards: Luxury Private Tours

    6. Burgundy Vineyards: Luxury Private Tours

    Choose between 2 or 3 wine tastings with 9 to 20 wines on a luxury wine tasting tour of Burgundy, and sample exceptional wines, including Premier Cru and Grand Cru. Depart Beaune or Dijon at 09:30 and travel through the wine-producing villages of one of the world's most famous wine regions. Admire the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune, where great Burgundy wines such as Meursault and Chassagne-Montrachet are produced. Stop on the hillside of Corton to experience a unique location for red and white Grands Cru wines. Take part in a prestige wine tasting in a wine cellar, and savor elegant Pinot Noirs and unoaked white wines. Enjoy a wine tasting lunch at a family-run estate in the Côte de Nuits or Côte de Beaune, where you can choose wines paired with typical Burgundy dishes and cheeses (closed Sundays). Alternatively, eat lunch at an idyllic vineyard restaurant that serves traditional, el...

    We thought the first tasting was great with a presenter who was passionate about her winery and the Burgundy region overall. The lunch tasting and meal was excellent and the travel through the region was wonderful. The last tasting could have been more professional as it was simply wine poured as we stood in the cellar poured over barrels. If they were trying to give us perspective regarding a small vineyard/owner, understood but was a bit uncomfortable.

  • Dijon: City Walking Tour with Audio Guide

    7. Dijon: City Walking Tour with Audio Guide

    Equipped with an audio guide and a map of the town, explore Dijon and visit 18 popular sites around the city. Enjoy the tour at your own pace and discover the fascinating history and facts hidden behind every corner with your audio guide. Start your walking adventure at the tourist office and make your way to Dijon's Notre Dame church, one of the most impressive historical landmarks in the city. See the famous Dijon Owl and learn the story behind it from your audio guide. Continue to Saint-Benigne Cathedral, the "Porte Guillaume" or the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy. Marvel at the colorful roof and gothic architecture of this listed national monument.

  • From Dijon: Countryside, Villages & UNESCO Half-Day Tour

    8. From Dijon: Countryside, Villages & UNESCO Half-Day Tour

    Escape through the rolling Auxois countryside along the Burgundy canal and quaint country road from Dijon. Take a stroll through the medieval town of Semur-en-Auxois and stop for a spectacular view of the city’s fortress walls. Visit the Abbaye de Fontenay (12th century) listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the magnificent landscaped gardens in a peaceful setting.  Stroll through the pretty village of Flavigny-sur-Ozerain. Take in the sights of one of “the most beautiful villages in France,” where "Chocolat" was filmed. Drop into the village’s local factory producing "Flavigny aniseed" sweets (depending on the opening times).

  • From Dijon: Côte de Nuits Vineyards Wine Tasting Tour

    9. From Dijon: Côte de Nuits Vineyards Wine Tasting Tour

    Depart Dijon and journey along the scenic roads of the Côte de Nuits wine lands with a wine expert guide. Admire the lush vineyards and discover quaint villages along the way. Taste great Burgundy wines in a traditional cellar and stroll through vineyards and winemaking villages. Admire medieval houses and historic castles, including the Château du Clos de Vougeot, created by Cistercian monks of the Cîteaux Abbey. See winemaking facilities built between the 12th and 16th century, including the vat rooms and cellar.   Head through the ancient forests and picturesque countryside of the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits and see a section of the Burgundy Canal in the pretty Ouche Valley.

    Beautiful countryside, friendly and knowledgeable guide, COVID precautions in place to maintain a safe environment.

  • Burgundy Luxury Half–Day Côte de Nuits Vineyards Tour

    10. Burgundy Luxury Half–Day Côte de Nuits Vineyards Tour

    Choose between 1 or 2 tastings with 5 to 11 wines. Option 1: Follow the trail of the Cistercian monks at the Château du Clos de Vougeot. Discover the ancient winemaking facilities and the monk’s cellar, constructed between the 12th and 16th centuries. Option 2: Stop off in the village of Gevrey-Chambertin, the king of Burgundy wines. Then visit the cellars of a wine estate steeped in family history, with oak barrels and old vintages. Private tasting of Pinot Noir wines produced in harmony with the Terroir (soils).

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 245 reviews

This was one of the best tours we've ever taken! Emmanuel is a walking encyclopedic story teller who makes everything about Dijon/Beaune and wine interesting and understandable - and humorous! He really makes it a personal experience and caters to individual tastes, questions and ideas and is in no hurry to finish the tour. We also appreciated how quickly he responded to all our preliminary questions and he kept us apprised of covid changes. Exceptional experience!

We thought the first tasting was great with a presenter who was passionate about her winery and the Burgundy region overall. The lunch tasting and meal was excellent and the travel through the region was wonderful. The last tasting could have been more professional as it was simply wine poured as we stood in the cellar poured over barrels. If they were trying to give us perspective regarding a small vineyard/owner, understood but was a bit uncomfortable.

A very pleasant day in addition to being instructive in the company of Thomas, a warm guide with in-depth expertise, and quickly knowing how to put all the members of the group at ease. We recommend without hesitation this activity of tasting high quality wines and exploring the route des grands crus. We thank Thomas once again for the good memories we will have on this day. Elsa and Pierre

The first and most important for me it’s everything was exactly as I had booked. Punctuality, excelent car(Mercedes), very good guide (Hubert) that I highly recommend. Very good wines to taste, no hurry and I have never felt in the obligation to buy anything.

Well organised tour with interesting/insightful selection of wines and a friendly guide. Would recommend.