The Côte de Beaune, wider, with access to a more varied range of landscapes, holds the most picturesque wine villages of the region. Visitors instantly fall in love with the Capital of the Great wines of Burgundy, Beaune, thanks to the optimal preservation of the city and the quality of life offered. City of powerful wine merchants, Beaune is gifted with an architectural jewel, the Hospices de Beaune, a multicolored heavenly paradise, remarkable for its extraordinary medieval architecture.
Côte de Beaune always goes hand in hand with Corton-Charlemagne, the Grand Cru that was so dear to Thomas Jefferson’s heart. A full-flavored wine with delicate honey and white flower notes that will surely win your heart and mind. The Côte de Beaune is also very well represented by the roundness of the Meursault and the elegance of the Montrachet, said to be the greatest dry white wine of the world. Desire, passion and beauty seem to be the Master-words of the graceful Côte de Beaune.