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Wine List Wanders Burgundy
Wine List Wanders
Meandering from vineyard to vineyard
Wine List Wanders
Walk through a string of sleepy villages that read like a wine lover’s wish list, covering much of the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits. The easy route passes through rolling vineyards and over gentle hills to reach the comfortable hotels.
- Walk through the most famous wine producing villages
- Nuits St Georges, Meursault and Beaune.. you will feel you are in a wine list
- Rolling vineyards and gentle hills lead you to comfortable hotels
You can choose to begin this holiday on any day of the week, except for Sunday.
Itinerary & Hotels
Arrival Fixin day 1
Stay tonight in Fixin on the Côtes de Nuits slopes and enjoy a delicious Burgundian meal at your delightful hotel, Chez Jeannette.
A pretty little hotel and restaurant situated in the heart of Burgundy wine country, close to the vineyards of the great Burgundy vintage wines.
- 8 Bedrooms
- Internet in all rooms
- TV in all rooms
- Animals allowed
Regional cooking with Burgundy specialities.
Fixin to Nuits-St-Georges day 2
Set off after breakfast, heading south along well-worn footpaths and past historic Clos Vougeot, home to the Brotherhood of Winetasters. Stay at the 3-star Logis de France hotel.
Three star hotel with 23 spacious bedrooms, all very calm and very well equipped, and is ideally located to visit the prestigious vineyards around Nuits-Saint-Georges.
- Soundproof bedrooms
- Satellite television
- Free WiFi
- En suite bathroom
- Separate WC
- Mini bar
- Free parking
- Shop (selling regional products like wines, liquors, mustard, jams...)
- Television lounge
The restaurant L'Alambic can be found in the vaulted cellar of the hotel. Wine list with 450 references (75 from Burgundy)
Nuits-St-Georges to Savigny-les-Beaune day 3
Today’s route leads along quiet country lanes and across gently undulating hills, where you’ll find world-class vineyards and famous names all around.
A small, charming hotel located in the commune of Savigny les Beaune. A perfect spot to end your day with a relaxing drink on the terrace.
- En suite facilities
- Free WiFi
- Free parking
- Pets welcome
- coq au vin
- oeufs en meurette
- cassolette d’escargots de Bourgogne
- entrecôte marchande de vin
- fricassée d’écrevisses
- sauce homard
Savigny-les-Beaune to Beaune day 4
A gentle walk takes you into ancient Beaune, passing above the famous vineyards of Aloxe Corton. Your pleasant 3-star town hotel is within the city walls.
Hôtel des RempartsBeaune
The owners and their staff will be delighted to welcome you and will do their best to make your stay a memorable one.
Hotel Remparts is a 17th century private hotel which combines the charm of an ancient mansion with modern comfort and facilities enjoying one of the best locations in town, central but quiet. The hotel gets its name because some of the rooms are part of the town's original walls, or ramparts. There are twisty wood and stone staircases leading to rooms furnished with a mix of antiques and contemporary furnishings. Some of the rooms also have old fireplaces and wood beamed ceilings. Many of the rooms look out onto a common courtyard which is a nice break from the town's hustle and bustle.
- Very friendly staff and owners.
- Central location.
- Views of flower-decked courtyard.
- Breakfast in peace and quiet on the pretty patio.
Bed and breakfast only but good selection of restaurants nearby. We can advise on request.
Beaune to Meursault day 5
A small detour leads to Pommard and its 14th century cellars. Continue to the sleepy village of Meursault, one of Burgundy’s most celebrated wine villages.
Hôtel Les CharmesMeursault
A former wine-growing domaine, this imposing 18th century building now offers 13 guest-rooms, each named after one of the wines of the Meursault appellation. Each room has been thoughtfully equipped and decorated. The spacious garden with its ancient trees and swimming pool is instantly appealing to those in search of calm and relaxation.
- Pretty bedrooms
- En suite facilities
- Quiet location
- Warm and friendly welcome
- Swimming pool - great at the end of a day's walking
Bed and Breakfast only but a good selection of restaurants nearby, we can advise on request.
Meursault to Chassey-le-Camp day 6
This morning you pass very close to the vineyards of Bourgogne Aligoté, then on to Santenay and a stiff climb to a ridge with good views of distant vineyards. Descend to the delightful Auberge de Camp Romain with a lovely pool. Your last night on the six night walk.
Auberge du Camp RomainChassey-le-Camp
You will find peace and tranquillity at Auberge du Camp Romain, set in the countryside between vineyards and forests. This charming hotel and restaurant nestles on a hillside in the heart of Burgundy.
Rooms are en suite with either a bath or shower, satellite television, safety deposit boxes, and private dial out telephones. They have family rooms and split levels to facilitate family stays. Some rooms have a balcony or a terrace and look out on the surrounding countryside. As you would expect from its location in the centre of the Burgundy vineyards, the hotel has an excellent wine list.
- Indoor swimming pool
- Good restaurant
- Peaceful location
- Friendly helpful staff
- Well equipped fitness centre
The restaurant with a patio serves a cuisine combining the refinement of Burgundy specialities with the delicacy of expertly prepared fish dishes.
12 Escargots de Bourgogne en Coquille
Ballotine de Foie Gras de Canard, Chutney aux Pruneaux et Vin Rouge
Demi Perdreau farci aux Champignons Sauvages
Gambas en Persillade ou flambées au Pastis
Filet de Boeuf Poêlé Sauce au Porto, et son Aumonière aux Morilles
Rôti de Biche aux Girolles, Sauce Framboise
Filet de Bar rôti à la Sauce Citronnelle et Crémant de Bourgogne
Saint Jacques à la plancha, Velouté au Caviar de Saumon et Poivre rose
Dessert ou Fromage:
Plateau de Fromages
Fromage blanc à la crème.
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We are glad that you enjoyed the walking route, Burgundy is such a pretty region and offers ideal terrain and temperatures for walkers all year round. Such a shame about the rain, that really was very unlucky and we hope that you did get a few days of dry walking at least.
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