Fresh regional produce and superb wines

Exclusive picnic experience in the heart of Burgundy

Discover the beautiful park and the art gallery as you enjoy lunch "al fresco".

Visits & Tastings

Burgundy is one of France's and arguably, the world's, most celebrated wine regions. Some of the most famous and sought-after wines originate at its UNESCO-listed climats, and the names of its côtes are well-known to wine lovers around the planet. It is right at the heart of Bourgogne that we find highly-regarded Château de Meursault. 

Every day, Château de Meursault welcomes lovers of great Burgundy wines. Since 1977, visitors have a chance to discover the château's beautiful park and art gallery, as they taste their renowned wines. 

In the early nineteenth century, the property was extended, largely under the influence of the Serre family, who made important architectural modifications and considerably developed the vineyards. Château de Meursault is a Great Patron of the “Climats de Bourgogne Association” that promoted their candidacy at the UNESCO to be listed as World Heritage, which was finally accepted on July 5, 2015. 

Château de Meursault is situated in the Côte de Beaune, right at the heart of Burgundy. This mythical wine domain is a place full of history, where you can taste the wines from Côte de Beaune surrounded by unique architecture. The vineyard extends on nearly 60 hectares from Puligny-Montrachet to Aloxe-Corton, including fifteen Premier Crus, two Grands Crus and a monopoly.

On this exceptional experience, you will explore the unique maze of cellars dating back to the 12th, 14th and 16th centuries that accommodate up to 700,000 bottles. A professional cooper will be on site to show you the ancient art of barrel-making using their skills.

A wonderful picnic with fresh regional produce will be prepared for you by a celebrated Burgundy Chef. This wonderful lunch will be paired with a wine tasting from the Château.


  • Explore the unique centuries-old maze of cellars of the chateau
  • Enjoy a wonderful picnic lunch paired with a wine tasting
  • Learn the art of barrel making


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