• En Route vers les Bourgognes 2014

    En Route vers les Bourgognes 2014

    Cellars & tourist events guide

    Bourgogne offers a range of wine tourism activities that is as diverse as its wines. Few winegrowing regions around the world are able to combine gourmet and cultural activities to such an extent. The Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) is constantly working to improve how we promote this resource, and year after year, the offer is taking shape.
    The “En route vers les Bourgognes” brochure is packed full of everything you need to know about wine-related tourism in Bourgogne.

    A unique and practical guide to the Bourgogne winegrowing region for those who are looking for gourmet, cultural or festive adventures, “En route vers les Bourgognes” is divided into regions.

    De Vignes En CavesIt covers:

    -  Some 375 Domaines, Négociants and Cave-Cooperatives, all of whom adhere to the “De Vignes en Caves”(1) hospitality charter, which guarantees a warm and individual welcome, as well as a wealth of useful information including languages spoken, opening hours, price indicators, accommodation and dining details where offered and cultivation practices.
    -  Around 100 wine-related events and celebrations that are held in Bourgogne throughout the year.
    -  A large selection of itineraries to be discovered by car, by bicycle, or even on foot, many interesting sites, and the five Bourgogne Wine Routes: the Mâconnais-Beaujolais Wine Route, the Grands Crus Wine Route, the Grands Vins Wine Route, the Crémant de Bourgogne Wine Route and the Tourist Route of the Yonne Winegrowing Region.

    Vignobles et Découvertes

    The En route vers les Bourgognes 2013 guide lists the 73 winegrowers and cellars that carry the label as well as wine-themed festivals with the vignobles & découvertes logo

    Consult the En Route vers les Bourgognes 2014 guide

    In French and English, with a print run of almost 110,000, the 2013 edition is available free:

    - Upon request from the BIVB and tourism professionals including around 100 tourist offices in Bourgogne, regional and departmental tourist boards, hotels, campsites, gîtes, and the airports of Lyon and Dijon.

    - In our online shop www.burgundy-wines.fr  and by mail bivb@bivb.com