Take a journey through the province of Burgundy, France, known for their amazing wine, chefs and countryside. It is a region famous for its wines, as well as its culinary capitals like Dijon. The hosts also sat down with a few local business people, who shared their family ties to the region and showed the care and thought that goes into each and every Burgundy product.
Within this video they will visit:
The region’s capital, Dijon is not only famous for its incredible mustard, gingerbread and cassis, it also boasts beautiful tiled roofs thanks to the opulent Dukes of Burgundy.
The local Fine Arts museum was undergoing a major renovation project.
La Cote Saint Jacques
The elegant Relais & Chateaux property in Joigny has suites, a spa, pool and garden, as well as Jean-Michel Lorian’s gourmet 3-star restaurant. Guests are invited to participate in cooking classes with the incredible chef to discover the secrets of French cooking. Guests can also try the chef’s original homemade candies, “Le Dagmar,” an ancient recipe brought back to life by Lorain.
La Cueillette Château de Cîteaux
In the heart of the famed vineyards of Meursault, this spa resort hotel offers a unique fruititherapy spa experience: spa treatments with red fruit
such as strawberries, raspberries and grapes found within the vineyards. On the wine route between Beaune and Santenay, a magnificent chateau boasts a bistro and gastronomic restaurant run by a Michelin-starred chef, and 12th-century Cistercian cellars.
Château de Pommard
A unique wine château in the heart of the Burgundy vineyards, the Château de Pommard hosts art exhibitions year-long, pairing modern art with great wines.
Copyright Atout France 2013
Filmed by Joel Tomar Levin