A first-class destination
between Dijon, the capital of Burgundy, and Beaune, the region’s wine capital.
Gevrey-Chambertin - Nuits-Saint-Georges is the ideal gateway for anyone who wants to enjoy the best of Burgundy. If you opt for an urban break in Dijon or Beaune, take the opportunity to leave the hustle and bustle for a getaway in the countryside. You will soon see why we are among the most unique, exceptional and unmissable destinations in Burgundy.
The Route des Grands Crus, Burgundy’s equivalent of the Champs-Elysées. A magical region!
This is the home of the majority of the grands crus of Burgundy: 24 of the region’s 33 grands crus come from here. Its delights include the highly distinguished Chambertin, Clos de Bèze, Clos de Tard, Clos de Vougeot, Grand-Echezeaux, and of course Romanée-Conti, the envy of the entire world.
The beautiful rolling hills of the Climats, which feature on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Climats of Burgundy are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List: our region alone accounts for half of the classified sites. The Climats are a mosaic of wine-growing plots characterised by a strong historical, cultural and natural identity. Here you will see an alchemy between wine, people and nature that occurs nowhere else on earth.
Three areas of outstanding natural beauty to stir all the senses!
La Côte Viticole is the treasure chest of the Burgundy grands crus and a dream destination for wine lovers all around the globe. It’s the ultimate thrill for the taste buds! Les Hautes-Côtes, with their vineyards clinging to the foot of the limestone cliffs, are a paradise for those who enjoy an invigorating walk. La Plaine is the perfect place to relax and breathe with its stunning views of forests, lakes and streams.
Take time out for new experiences and discoveries
Visit the original abbey of the Cistercian monks, who gave this region what would become the world’s rarest and most prestigious wines. Visit the iconic castles, estates, buildings and monuments that have left their mark on the history of both Burgundy and winemaking. Enjoy cultural events throughout the year! Explore a national nature reserve criss-crossed with breathtaking valleys.