Burgundy or Bourgogne was one of the 27 regions of France which is now merged into Bourgogne Franche-Comté. Burgundy has a long history as a kingdom and duchy, and has for centuries been a center of power meaning in medieval France. Until the French Revolution remained an independent French province around the city of Dijon. Burgundy is located fairly centrally in the interior of France. So, the climate is moderately continental, because of the distance from the sea; the winters are cold that’s why visiting Burgundy in Autumn would be perfect. The most famous product of Burgundy and its best ambassador is undoubtedly the wine. From north to south of the province, on well-exposed terroirs, the prestigious appellations of Burgundy grew with happiness.
Discover Burgundy’s best wines during travel to Dijon where capital of Burgundy province and taste the best wines and products of the region. Retrace the history of wine production and learn how to combine great wines and cheeses which unchanged taste since medieval. There, the winegrowers will welcome you with pleasure, to make you taste their wines (Chablis, Irancy, Saint-Bris, Burgundy Tonnerre, etc.). Between two tastings, you can escape between vineyards and forest trails.