Wine Tours in Beaune: Our Exclusive Collection

Beaune is the largest village appellation in the Cote d’Or in the French wine region of Burgundy. In this commune that produces both white and red wine, Chardonnay is the main white grape variety and most of the local red wines are made from Pinot Noir.

It is one of the wine appellations of Burgundy, the result of the masterful combination of the region’s perfect weather for growing grapes, its rich soils, elegant varietals and unique climats. Every wine tour in Beaune presents its visitors with incredible examples of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the prestigious hillsides that make up the area and allows them to discover the small plots that bear the names of some of the greatest wines in the world.

What are the major attractions on the Beaune Appellation?

On most Beaune wine tours you will get to see the finest vineyards and villages of the Côte de Beaune and you can taste the best wines of this region. Tours of the Côte de Beaune and Hautes Côte de Beaune will leave you spellbound with its natural beauty and quaint villages. From Aloxe- Corton to Saint-Aubin you will be welcomed in all simplicity into the home of the local winegrowers. Similarly, you will find yourself plunged into the hushed universe of some magnificent châteaux herein. Dare to unveil the secrets of the grands crus of Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet before moving onto the Corton hill.

A small detour will lead you to the grand cliffs of the picturesque village of Saint-Romain hidden away at the bottom of a valley. In fact, wine tours in Beaune include many of these sights and will make for an unforgettable experience in the French wine country. Just imagine yourself exploring wild forests and the incredible landscape of the Beaune slope in a private car all the while enjoying the finest wines of the region. Make your dream luxury wine trip to Beaune a reality by contacting our local travel expert.

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