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Burgundy: Winery Tour

4.9 / 5

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Burgundy: Winery Tour

From $245.44 per person

Discover the beautiful French region of Burgundy where Chablis and Chardonnay are royalty. This tour focuses on the local winemakers who help to make the best Burgundy wines in the world.

About this activity

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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 12 hours
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Live tour guide
Small group
Limited to 8 participants


7.5 hours
  • Paris

  • 110 minutes
  • Wine tasting

  • 20 minutes
  • Lunch

  • 15 minutes
  • Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard (wine tasting)

  • 15 minutes
  • Les Caves Bailly Lapierre (wine tasting)

  • 2 hours
  • Paris

Meeting point
  • Visit two family producers of wine and one sparkling wine producer
  • See the biggest wine press in the Burgundy region
  • Taste regional wines and learn the differences between the flavors
Full description
On this tour you will visit three different wineries and taste more than ten amazing wines, including red, white, and rosé.  At the first winery, you will visit the vineyards and learn about the distinct characteristics of this region’s soil. Then, you will be introduced to an award-winning Chablis, as well as six other magnificent wines. Afterward, stop in the charming town of Chablis for lunch. In the afternoon, visit a family-run winery that has been making wine since 1453. Meet the current owner, a 21st generation winemaker, and taste five of his favorite family wines. Later, make a stop at the third and final winery. Take a tour of the largest cellars in the region and taste two of their sparkling Crémant wines. Return home with a flute glass to keep as a souvenir.
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Driver guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Food
  • Gratuities
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

Meet at café La Flamme (with a black storefront)

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Important information

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  • The maximum number of participants is 8
  • This tour operates in inclement weather
  • The tour will return to Paris at around 8:00 PM, depending on traffic
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4.9 /5

based on 10 reviews

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This was an amazing tour! Our guide was so knowledgable and taught us so much about French wine! Although Burgundy is known for white and red wine, this was mostly a white wine tour since we spent time in the northern area. We saw a few different style wineries, which was awesome to see! We stopped in Noyers to have lunch and it was such a cute town that was frozen in time! It was even nice to stop at a sparkling wine cellar and learn how they make sparkling wine to finish off the tour!

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October 8, 2019

Great Day Trip on the Burgandy Wine Tour

Our driver and travel guide was Hanna, and she was excellent. She was very attentive to the group and very knowledgeable about the wines and the region overall. The cellars and caves are very cold, so I recommend you take a warm jacket. It was a rainy day when we went and perfect for the wine tastings. We stopped for lunch at the village of Noyers where there is a couple of food options including a full service restaurant which we tried and loved!!! This village was quite a site to see because it is as time stopped here. We saw almost no locals only tourist stopping by. The wines we tasted were mostly white and quite good. Overall a great day trip to the wine country in France.

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September 26, 2019

We visited 3 wine producers, the first one was explained to us by the same guide and it was good, but we did not see the plantation only a small family winery owned by the owners. The second vineyard was better we saw the plantation, we did not see the wine production in any of the places that would have been more great, but if you give a rather interesting explanation. In total in the 3 vineyards we tried 20 varieties of wine which is excellent. To be able to appreciate it better, I would have liked to have a table of chopped cheeses and sausages. If I would like to have seen the plantations of the 3 places instead of going to the warehouse and the cellar where they keep the wines.

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August 25, 2019

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