Destination Vignobles 2004 - Location

Destination Vignobles 2004 - Location

Welcome to Burgundy!

Burgundy's most widely known product and its best ambassador is indisputably its wine. The prestigious Burgundy appellations grow happily in well-exposed vineyards across the region from north to south: Chablis, Côteaux de l'Auxerrois, Côte-de-Nuits, Côte-de-Beaune, Hautes-Côtes, Côte Chalonnaise and Mâconnais-Beaujolais, and, of course, the Pouilly-sur-Loire vineyard.

185 wine-growers, sellers, wine-tasting vaults and Wine Companies now invite you to their cellars. To ensure you have the best possible welcome, they have signed the "De Vignes en Caves"  Hospitality Charter, and displayed by their doors you'll find the sign: BOURGOGNES De Vignes en Caves. There are four tourist routes you can take to explore these cellars: the Route des Grands Crus, the Route des Grands Vins, the Route des Vignobles de l’Yonne, and the Route des Vins Mâconnais-Beaujolais.

Burgundy Regional Tourist Boardwww.bourgogne-tourisme.com

Map of Macon : http://www.macon-tourism.com/fr/acces-carte-macon.htm

Access to the Exhibition centre: http://www.leparcmacon.com/enbref/planacces.htm

The Macon tourist office invites you to visit the southernmost  town of Burgundy, between Beaune and Lyons. Between the banks of the Saône and the Roche de Solutré, Macon is an ideal centre for exploring Romanesque art (Cluny, Tournus), the Macon wine routes (Pouilly Fuissé, Saint Véran, Moulin à Vent, Saint Amour) – Beaujolais, the Lamartine circuit, and more…

Flagship events: in May, Wine Competition and National Wine Fair at the Macon Exhibition centre. Wine museum: Le Hameau in Beaujolais. Macon Tourist Officeinfo@macon-tourism.comwww.macon-tourism.com