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Small-Group Day Tour from Beaune including Wine Tastings and Lunch

Small-Group Day Tour from Beaune including Wine Tastings and Lunch - Beaune, France

Duration: 6 hours 18 minutes
Location: Beaune, France

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$180.48

Meet your personal guide in Beaune and start the day with a visit of the prestigious Hospices de Beaune. Discover Beaune and dive into the life of a real “Bourguignon” ! Walk through the gates of a world recognized Domain and learn about its history ... More info ›

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Meet your personal guide in Beaune and start the day with a visit of the prestigious Hospices de Beaune. Discover Beaune and dive into the life of a real “Bourguignon” ! Walk through the gates of a world recognized Domain and learn about its history. Gain significant insight on the winemaking method and improve your tasting skills through an exclusive commented wine tasting. Enjoy a traditional lunch in the middle of the hillside vines of Côte de Beaune and appreciate one of Burgundy’s greatest view. Discover a charming family run boutique winery and taste great values for both Reds and Whites !

Visit a world famous Domain in the Côte de Beaune

Meet your guide, hop in your mini-van and head towards the intriguing Hospices de Beaune known for possessing Burgundy’s finest vine heritage.

Enjoy a full visit of a prestigious Burgundy Wine Domain as a first introduction to the winemaking process. Satisfy your taste buds thanks to a nice and complete morning tasting and prepare your palate for more than 10 wines tasted during the day! 

Tasting class and lunch

Wander through the vineyards of La “Côte de Beaune” while your guide explains the particularities of the region, from the grape varieties to the vine growing and winemaking process. Drive through a picturesque village and hop off the mini-van to enjoy a local lunch with paired wines and crémants in a fun and familial atmosphere. Get introduced to local products like baguette, Burgundy's ham, regional cheeses, crémant…

Discover an authentic Burgundy boutique winery

Back in the mini-van, appreciate the nice hillsides of Champagne and peek-behind-the-scenes of a family run boutique winery. Visit the traditional press, vat room and cellar of an authentic Burgundy grower. Stroll down the cool cellar corridors and glance at the immense quantity of wine slowly maturing.

Enjoy several tastings of their best–seller “cuvees” and find the best values of Burgundy !

Your wine tour ends as your guide drives you back to Beaune to conclude your full day tour.

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Divine Small Group Wine Tasting Guided Day Tour in Burgundy from Beaune

Divine Small Group Wine Tasting Guided Day Tour in Burgundy from Beaune - Beaune, France

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Beaune, France

From USD
$165.15

Please join us on our divine, small-group wine-tasting guided tour from Burgundy to Beaune - the capital of Burgundy wines.  You will have an opportunity to experience the Grand Crus and Premiers crus tasting, stop for lunch (not included), tour the Chateau de Vougeot, enjoy a wonderful scenic drive through the vineyards, and enjoy tastings at Nuits Saint Georges.  Perfect for a small group.

Group Maximum: 8 travelers

You day begins at 9:30am at the tourist office in Beaune then we begin with a visit of the first winery.  It  offers a wide selection of different wines, either red or white. This tasting is a good way to start understanding the two main grape varieties of Burgundy: pinot noir and chardonnay ... More info ›

Please join us on our divine, small-group wine-tasting guided tour from Burgundy to Beaune - the capital of Burgundy wines.  You will have an opportunity to experience the Grand Crus and Premiers crus tasting, stop for lunch (not included), tour the Chateau de Vougeot, enjoy a wonderful scenic drive through the vineyards, and enjoy tastings at Nuits Saint Georges.  Perfect for a small group.

Group Maximum: 8 travelers

You day begins at 9:30am at the tourist office in Beaune then we begin with a visit of the first winery.  It  offers a wide selection of different wines, either red or white. This tasting is a good way to start understanding the two main grape varieties of Burgundy: pinot noir and chardonnay. You will taste as well wines which will make you understand the classification of Burgundy wines: village, premiers Crus, Grands Crus (Meursault, Corton-Charlemagne...). 

Then, we will stop for lunch (additional cost) at leisure int he town of Beaune.  Afterwards, It is time for you to discover the fantastic  Hospices de Beaune (entrances to be paid on site) a hospital founded in 1443 by the Chancellor Nicolas Rolin which still works as a hospital and wine producer. 

After lunch,  drive along the scenic Route des Grands crus and stop at the famous Romanée-Conti (producer of the most expensive wine of the world). You'll also go to the Côte de Nuits and the Clos Vougeot which is a great wineyard which covers 50 hectars. Its wines are ones of the most famous in Burgundy with a Grand Crus: Le Clos Vougeot.

Enrich yourself with a guided tour of the Clos Vougeot.Founded in 1098 by monks, the vineyard of Clos de Vougeot covers 50 hectares. The castle houses the brotherhood of the knights of the tastevin. Its wines are ones of the most famous in Burgundy with a Grand Crus: Le Clos Vougeot.

Next, we visit and enjoy wine tasting at Nuits Saint Georges.  At Nuits-Saint-Georges you'll have the chance to visit a wine cellar and share an authentic moment with the winemaker around a tasting of his best Pinot Noir wines.

The tour concludes with drop off at 5:30pm at the Beaune Tourist Office.

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Private Burgundy day tour Cote de Beaune

Private Burgundy day tour Cote de Beaune - Beaune, France

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Beaune, France

From USD
$477.75

Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.
Tour the stunning Hospices de Beaune, taste the world famous wines of Meursault and taste 6 more wines in a cellar in Beaune.

09:00AM: Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.

Guided tour of the Hospices de Beaune.
Former hospital founded in 1443 by the chancellor Nicolas Rolin, it is worldwide famous for its colourful glazed tile roofs. You will tour the Salle des Pôvres (where the sick ones were looked after), the kitchens, the pharmacy and other rooms exhibiting artifacts and tapestries.

Picturesque drive through the famous villages of Pommard, Volnay and Meursault.

Sightseeing in the vineyard ... More info ›

Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.
Tour the stunning Hospices de Beaune, taste the world famous wines of Meursault and taste 6 more wines in a cellar in Beaune.

09:00AM: Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.

Guided tour of the Hospices de Beaune.
Former hospital founded in 1443 by the chancellor Nicolas Rolin, it is worldwide famous for its colourful glazed tile roofs. You will tour the Salle des Pôvres (where the sick ones were looked after), the kitchens, the pharmacy and other rooms exhibiting artifacts and tapestries.

Picturesque drive through the famous villages of Pommard, Volnay and Meursault.

Sightseeing in the vineyard. Your tour guide will take advantage of this beautiful drive to stop and explain the imporantce of the soil and the climate in Burgundy. 

Tour and wine tasting at a local domain in Meursault.
The vines of the Chateau de Meursault are ideally situated and sheltered from the winds by the mountains on the west . At Meursault, they spread over the quarries. The earth is rich in calcite and well drained, which gives the land all its wealth.

After the lunch, transfer to Beaune.

Tour and wine tasting at a local domain in the city centre of Beaune. Tasting of 6 wines...

Founded in Beaune in 1880, Maison Joseph Drouhin's cellars have spread from the historical Cellars of the Dukes of Burgundy and the Kings of France in Beaune (12th-18th centuries) to the Moulin de Vaudon, an 18th Century watermill in Chablis.

A rigorous attention to detail, self-imposed discipline, a desire to learn, a rigorous sense of values, passion and daring, are the qualities that have been handed down through the generations, together with the art of winemaking and a never ending search for quality.

According the time and your drop of place, guided tour of the city or Beaune or Dijon.

Transfer back to your hotel or to the train station.

06:00PM: End of the services.




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Private Burgundy day tour Cote de Nuits

Private Burgundy day tour Cote de Nuits - Beaune, France

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Beaune, France

From USD
$477.75

This private tour takes you to the world famous Cote de Nuits and Chateau Clos Vougeot.
Your wine expert will teach you everything about the soil, the grape varietals and the clasification of Burgundy wines.

09:00AM: Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.

Transfer to Chateau du Clos de Vougeot.
Picturesque drive through villages along the road of the Grands Crus: Fixin, Gevrey Chambertin, and Chambolle-Musigny. En route, several photo ops and explanations about the importance of the soil and the climate in Burgundy.

Guided tour of the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot.

Founded in 1098 by monks, the vineyard of Clos de Vougeot covers 50 hectares ... More info ›

This private tour takes you to the world famous Cote de Nuits and Chateau Clos Vougeot.
Your wine expert will teach you everything about the soil, the grape varietals and the clasification of Burgundy wines.

09:00AM: Pick up in Beaune or Dijon train station or at your hotel located in Beaune or Dijon area.

Transfer to Chateau du Clos de Vougeot.
Picturesque drive through villages along the road of the Grands Crus: Fixin, Gevrey Chambertin, and Chambolle-Musigny. En route, several photo ops and explanations about the importance of the soil and the climate in Burgundy.

Guided tour of the Chateau du Clos de Vougeot.

Founded in 1098 by monks, the vineyard of Clos de Vougeot covers 50 hectares. The castle houses the brotherhood of the knights of the tastevin. Its wines are ones of the most famous in Burgundy with a Grand Crus: Le Clos Vougeot.
Today the vineyard is divided between 80 owners.

Tour and wine tasting at a local domain in Vougeot area.
Your guide takes advantage of this wine tasting to present the main grape varietals of Burgundy, chardonnay and pinot noir, and the complex process in the wine making in Burgundy (example: the importance of the raising in oak barrels).

Driving through the vineyards and photo stop at the famous clos Romanée-Conti.

Transfer to Nuits Saint George.

Tour and wine tasting at Domaine Remoriquet in Nuits-Saint-George.

Your guide here mentions the clasification of Burgundy wines in 3 main types: village, premiers crus, grands crus.
Created in 1938, it is today the fourth generation. Among their wines are white Hautes Côtes de Nuits and 4 red Nuits Saint George premiers crus. Gilles Remoriquet produces wines with character that express all the power and refinement of the terroir. 

Transfer back to your hotel or to the train station.

06:00PM: End of the services.

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Full-day Private Burgundy Wine Route Tour from Beaune

Full-day Private Burgundy Wine Route Tour from Beaune - Beaune, France

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Beaune, France

From USD
$884.72

In this full-day tour, you will discover the wonderful region of Burgundy and its world class wines made of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. You will see just some of the patchwork of over 1, 200 plots, or climates, recognized by UNESCO as being unique to Burgundy region ... More info ›

In this full-day tour, you will discover the wonderful region of Burgundy and its world class wines made of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. You will see just some of the patchwork of over 1, 200 plots, or climates, recognized by UNESCO as being unique to Burgundy region. Along the trip, you will enjoy some beautiful wine tasting commented by the winemakers, cross some prestigious scenic vineyards and learn short stories about this region with your local guide.

Your tour starts at 9:30 a.m. when your guide will pick you up at your hotel. Then, it's time to start your Burgundy wine tour with your first wine tasting in a family run winery in Aloxe-Corton including tasting of Grand Crus Corton Charlemagne.
Have a second private wine tasting in a château and a visit of the old cellar of the château.

Take your lunch in a gastronomic restaurant in Pernand-Vergelesses (not included). Drive up the village to a spot with a panoramic view of the vineyards.

Your tour continues with the visit of a winery in the Haute Côte de Nuits area (Arcenant) and another wine tasting is awaiting for you.
Your guide will then take you for a sightseeing tour in the famous vineyards of Vosne-Romanée, location of some of the greatest red grand crus wines such as Romanée Conti. Your next stop is the visit of the Clos de Vougeot, the famous Château belonging to the Cistercian monks, beating heart of the vineyards in Burgundy since the Middle Ages. Your last wine tasting will be in Chambolle Musigny.

At the end of the tour, at around 6:30 p.m., your guide will drop you off at your hotel.

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Skip the Line: Cluny Abbey Ticket in Burgundy

Skip the Line: Cluny Abbey Ticket in Burgundy - Cluny, France

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Cluny, France

From USD
$11.21

The Abbey of Cluny was founded in 910 by William the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine. He dedicated the lands of Cluny to the apostles Peter and Paul, thus protecting the Abbey against the power of the Bishop and the local landowners ... More info ›

The Abbey of Cluny was founded in 910 by William the Pious, Duke of Aquitaine. He dedicated the lands of Cluny to the apostles Peter and Paul, thus protecting the Abbey against the power of the Bishop and the local landowners. He appointed Bernon as the first Abbot. The monks followed the Benedictine Order. It was sold as a national asset in 1798. Your ticket allows you direct access inside this sumptuous abbey.

Make your own way to the Cluny Abbey in Burgundy and use your pre-paid ticket to skip the line and enjoy priority access. Once inside, set out on a self-guided tour and spend as long as you like exploring the magnificent castle.

By the end of the 11th century, Cluny Abbey was one of the most important capitals in Christian Europe. It was at the head of a network of nearly 1,400 dependencies and around 10,000 monks all over Europe. In 1088, work began on the "Maior Ecclesia", the largest Romanesque church ever built, with vaulted arches 30 metres high. A century later, the narthex was constructed. The Abbey of Cluny, the 'Maior Ecclesia' or Cluny III, was therefore the largest church in Christendom for nearly 400 years.

Towards 1750, the monastic buildings were rebuilt and the Abbey was given a vast complex in a classical style. The monks hardly had time to occupy the new premises as the Revolution began shortly after the works were completed. The monks were then expelled and dispersed into the surrounding parishes and the buildings were seized as national assets and put up for sale.

Today, the parts that remain, such as the Southern arm of the large transept or the small Southern transept, offer an idea of the immensity of this building. A number of other elements survive: the enclosure wall and its towers, the monastic buildings from the 18th century, and the Farinier, a 13th century building which now houses the sculpted capitals from the choir of the "Maior Ecclesia". The on-site Museum of Art and Archaeology also displays a number of sculpted remains from the church and the monastic district.

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