Burgundy stretches its green landscapes from the south of Paris to the north of Lyon. Famous for its wine route along which some of the most prestigious estates in the world are set, it contains many other treasures such as the Morvan Natural Park or its rich religious heritage.
The Burgundy Wine Route
Putting aside the Chablis region around Auxerre, Burgundy is a narrow strip that stretches from Dijon to Mâcon. Along its hilly landscapes covered with vines, it offers appellations that make wine lovers salivate. Puligny, Volnay, Gevrey, Pommard and Meursault are all villages whose names evoke some of the greatest wines in the world. Not to mention the Romanée-Conti,