Burgundy Vineyard Walk

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The walking version of our popular 'Wine Lovers Burgundy' will appeal to gourmands and hikers alike with the opportunity to amble through the villages and vineyards of one of France's premier wine regions. Based in a selection of carefully chosen hotels, and including a special winetasting dinner at Olivier Leflaive, the diversity of the program will appeal to the discerning traveller. Walk past ruined chateaux, through thriving wine estates and along forest trails to reach interesting villages. In Beaune, soak up the atmosphere in the Saturday markets and experience exquisite French Chardonnay in Puligny Montrachet. Walking between three to five hours a day, the pace is relaxed to ensure you experience the very best of this outstanding pocket of France.
brief itinerary
DAY 1 Arrive Beaune, transfer to Pulginy Montrachet DAY 2 Baubigny to Puligny via La Rochepot (4hrs) DAY 3 Transfer to St Romain le Haut, then walk via Le Petit Auxey and Pommard to Beaune DAY 4 Optional short round walk to La Bache, afternoon tour of the Hospices DAY 5 Transfer to Gevrey Chambertin and walk to Nuits St George (3.5hrs) DAY 6 Circular walk along the Route des Grand Crus (4hrs) DAY 7 Transfer to Dijon, trip concludes
trip dates
Daily from 1 Apr to 31 Oct
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what's included
*6 breakfasts, 4 dinners, including a wine tasting dinner at Olivier Leflaive Vineyard *6 nights in 2 & 3 star hotels on a twin share basis with ensuite facilities (upgrade available to 3 star (B) & 4 star (A) hotels - supplement applies) *luggage transfer *information pack including route notes & maps *arrival transfer and welcome briefing *all internal transfers as described in the itinerary *a private guided tour of Beaune including entrance to the Hospices *emergency hotline
AT A GLANCE
Burgundy Vineyard Walk
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trip grading:
introductory to moderate
duration:
7 days
trip code:
BVW
2014 PRICING
from AU $2,160
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