Classic wine tasting goes gourmet with themed appetizers
But how will your event work?
Obviously, we start with a short quiz on the basics of Burgundy wine. This is followed by a 1? glasses of wine.
You will be offered a total of 4 white and red Burgundy wines.
Each wine will be commented on: its aromas, its winemaking method, the specifics of the producing estate, possible food/wine pairings, etc.
At the same time as you discover the wines, you’ll be offered a selection of charcuterie and cheese from the region to go with the wines. Unless your sweet tooth leads you to choose a wine and cheese tasting theme.
wine and chocolate tasting.
This tasting will of course be an opportunity to learn the keys to tasting, to identify the aromas of the wine and to evoke the great wines of the region.
the great Burgundy appellations of the Côte Viticole.
Our careful selection of Burgundy wines from a variety of appellations and at different levels reflects the finest terroirs: regional, village and regional.
terroirs: regional, village, 1?? and grands crus (optional) to give you a taste of the incredible diversity of Burgundy winegrowing.
How can you personalise your wine tasting?
If our standard is 4 wines, ask us for the number you would like and the appellations/domains you would like to discover.
you’d like to discover.
Tell us what you’d like to taste… Let’s have a gourmet chat!
Wine & food
History of winegrowers
Paul, who is also a professional taster and writer for guides and specialist magazines, also likes to share his knowledge of the history of wine and oenology. It has to be said that the Burgundy vineyards have a rich history dating back to Gallo-Roman times. The Cistercian and Benedictine monks played a key role in what would later be known as the climats.
What Paul likes best is having his feet in the vineyard among the great terroirs: Gevrey-Chambertin,
Clos Vougeot, Vosne-Romanée, Meursault, Corton and lesser-known terroirs that hold some splendid surprises.
In the company of winegrowers, together they evoke the whims of the changing skies, the ripeness of the grapes bursting with sugar, and the richness of the grapes.
and the richness of Burgundy’s clay-limestone soil.
Burgundy, a journey to the centre of the earth.