Cote D’Or

The Cote D’Or is a 30 kilometer chain of hills in the Eastern part of Burgundy whose unique combination of soil, aspect and climate produce many of the finest and most expensive wines in the world.

From Marsannay in the North to Santenay in the South, the Route of the Grand Crus offers the ultimate joyride for wine lovers as they cruise past the legendary names of villages like Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard and Meursault itself.

The villages themselves have the architectural charm and the rural tranquility that offer visitors a wonderful experience in themselves. There’s many miles of walks and hikes to be done through the rolling hills of these gorgeous vineyards.

And be it rustic or gourmet, Burgundy is one of the great French cuisines too and there are hundreds of wonderful inns, cafes and restaurant to satisfy the most gastronomically minded of visitors.

Then of course there is the wine! Nowhere in the world does such a small stretch of land produce such a wide variety of styles. Hundreds of small producers