2 to 4 nights in Burgundy

Activities include cooking masterclass with ex Geranium chef Kevin Roehrig; tutored Burgundy wine tasting with a Burgundy Expert; eat in Michelin * restaurants; visit a Chateau now owned by the 26th generation; follow Le Chemin des Moines to Romanee-Conti; enjoy a ‘Rising Stars’ Tasting, with advice on wines to buy; see the magnificent Hospices de Beaune; an excursion to Dijon Market and specialist shopping; cycling through the vines and villages; yoga classes; purchase wines from the estate that supplied Thomas Jefferson; visit the last artisan mustard maker in Burgundy; dine with a Burgundy wine maker;

We are taking reservations now for October 2019 and March to October 2020

 
 
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Accommodation

Hotel Les Deux Chevres www.lesdeuxchevres.com

#No1 Dijon and #No2 Burgundy on Trip Advisor

The luxury boutique 9 bedroom hotel Les Deux Chevres is set in the heart of the vineyards of world famous wine village Gevrey Chambertin. Open since 2013, after a meticulous four year renovation of a former Faiveley winery, it is the perfect place from which to explore the towns, villages and countryside of Burgundy, while enjoying the peace and tranquility of life in a wine village. Start the day with the Sun Salutation with Agata.

www.lesdeuxchevres.com


Burgundy Culinary Masterclass

Using the market fresh organic ingredients available from Les Halles, Dijon, one of France’s best markets, young bi-lingual French chef Kevin Roehrig draws on his experience in some of the most exciting kitchens of Europe - Geranium in Copenhagen, Tosca in Geneva, The Waterside Inn at Bray, to bring it all together in Burgundy.

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Wine and History

No visit to Burgundy would be complete without visiting the cellars of the winemakers. But which cellars to visit? The winemakers we work with are the ones who care, producing wine organically, with respect for the product, the consumer, and the environment. We will design your day, to take in wine visits, a gastronomic lunch, or a picnic in the vines, and a visit to the historical centres of Beaune or Dijon.