The Burgundy Affair


Burgundy is charming – it is calm, quiet, and relaxing. A beautiful countryside paired with some of the best wine in the world and an abundance of culinary delights tend to produce nothing less.

The Route des Grands Crus is a 60km stretch that twists and turns through rolling green hills, from north to south, introducing you to villages such as Nuits-Saint-Georges, Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Chassagne-Montrachet, all towns that give an intimate glimpse of wine’s most celebrated region.

Although frequently visited by travelers from near and far, we do like to turn off of the main road and make Burgundy ours. One of my little secrets is to enjoy a lunch between the vines at the Table Comte Senard, a restaurant tucked away on the Aloxe-Corton property.

Then, a visit to the Gothic castle of Rochepot located near Beaune is on my list. Beautifully restored and reminiscent of Sleeping Beauty’s castle, this marvel is straight out of a fairytale with its multicolored roof, towers, and double drawbridge. For a true indulgence and absolute favorite treat make a dinner reservation for a Michelin-star dinner in Chagny at Maison Lameloise – no matter which season, our trips to Burgundy always provide us with memories for years to come.


Château de La Rochepot
21340 La Rochepot, France
Tel : 03 80 21 71 37

Caveau de Chassagne Montrachet
7 rue Charles Paquelin
21190 Chassagne Montrachet, France
Tel: +33 (0)3 80 21 38 13

Hôtel Dieu des Hospices
Rue de l’Hôtel Dieu
21200 Beaune, France
Tel: 03 80 24 45 00


Table Comte Senard
1 rue des chaumes
21420 Aloxe Corton
Tel : +33 (0)3 80 26 41 65

Maison Lameloise
36 parade – F –
71550 Chagny in Burgundy
Tel : +33 (0)3 85 876 565


Chez les Fatien
17 rue Sainte Marguerite
21200 Beaune, France
Tel +33 3 80 22 82 84
Hotel Le Cep à Beaune
27 Rue Jean François Maufoux
21200 BEAUNE
Tel. : +33 (0) 3 80 22 35 48

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