Burgundy fills up at Les Grands Jours


Since 1992, the Grands Jours de Bourgogne (Great Days of Burgundy) have brought together, every two years, wine professionals and key market players in the heart of Burgundy vineyards. Unique and now unavoidable, this event brings together more than 1,000 winegrowers and allows you to discover nearly 10,000 wines in 5 days.

From Chablis to the Côte Chalonnaise (for practical reasons, the wines of the Mâconnais are tasted in Beaune), passing through the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune, visitors travel through the terroirs via 10 itinerant sites.

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For this 14th edition, the recently renovated Léproserie de Meursault will host the « Trinquée de Meursault » wine tasting at the recently renovated Léproserie de Meursault. The Château de Gilly-les-Cîteaux, with « Quatuor en harmonie », will offer wines from the Nuits-Saint-Georges, Chambolle-Musigny, Morey-Saint-Denis and Vougeot appellations. An event dedicated to organic wines will take place in Rully.

Despite the small volumes of the 2016 vintage, Burgundy winegrowers and wine merchants are mobilizing for this edition, as the number of registered companies reaches a new record figure.  

March 12-16,2010.
Registration and practical information on the dedicated website: www.grands-jours-bourgogne.fr





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