France's Cote d'Or escarpment is renowned for its incredible Burgundy wines. Sample some of its finest on a day trip from Dijon. Travel into the Côte de Nuits wine region and through local villages for a guided tour and tasting at one of the area's illustrous wine cellars. Learn to identify wine qualities and varietals and then start sipping. It's both a relaxing and educational way to spend an afternoon.
Wine tasting in the Côte de Nuits wine region from Dijon
Guided visit and wine tasting at a wine cellar
Admire the beauty of Burgundy and the Côte d'Or
Learn about the different wine varieties and how the vines are maintained
Easy pick up at our location. Beautiful scenery. Christopher was outstanding - Knowledgeable guide. Great suggestions for places to visit after the tour. Very good cellar with reasonable choices in prices.
I loved this Burgundy wine-tasting tour. Our guide was very friendly and informative, and offered a detailed account of Burgundy's wine production as we drove along the beautiful Route des Grands Crus through several small villages. The Côte de Nuits wine region is absolutely stunning, offering postcard-worthy views at every turn. We even saw the vineyards of Romanée-Conti, which produces the most expensive wine in the world! The wine tasting at the end was the perfect way to wrap up the afternoon.
This wine trip was extraordinary! It was great! We are so pleased with it. It exceeded our expectations.
Julia was so kind with us all the time. My wife and daughter and myself enjoyed it so much.
Thanks Julia for a super wine trip.
I would suggest to the organizers to propose good wines for tasting ... I was a bit disappointed with a Cellar Visit (We have tasted sour and cheap wines.)... But everything, except wine tasting, was good.
The tour was great, but over priced! Viator made it very inconvenient for us, requiring that we print out our tickets and call to confirm the day before, two tasks which are challenging when traveling abroad!
Our tour guide was great! She was very knowledgeable of the area and wine making. She made some extra stops for photos and a tour through a quaint little village, which wasn't part of the original itinerary.
In all my visits to France I have not seen the vineyards. Apart from going through the wine country the tour took us through little villages with narrow streets and pretty houses though we came back on the main roads on which we would be normally travelling had we not taken the tour. We had two Australian couples as our fellow travellers who were very friendly so it was an enjoyable afternoon.