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Beaune
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Beaune

To the south of the Côte d'Or, Burgundy wines' capital is famous for its Hospices and their incredible auctions. These are just two of the many reasons why Beaune is a discoveries, surprises and emotions place.

Burgundy Mustard

Whether the famous moutarde de Dijon appellation corresponds to a manufacturing method, it is indeed in Beaune that the culture of mustard seeds was reimplanted, thanks to Moutarderie Fallot  still makes it today in a traditional and artisanal way.

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Moutarde de Bourgogne

Follow Côte de Beaune.

Between Côte de Nuits and Côte Chalonnaise, Côte de Beaune is a succession of prestigious appellations.  This hilly landscape is the cradle of Burgundy  white Grands Crus. Except Chablis, they are all there: Corton Harvest experience at Château de Pommard, Chevalier Montrachet. An itinerary of sweet promises.

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Paysage bourgogne

The most beautiful signatures of the vineyard at auction!

For 150 years, the 3rd Sunday in November has been the world's most famous wine charity sale: the Hospices de Beaune auction the Grands Crus and Premiers Crus of their estate. A festive programme makes this unique event a unique experience accessible to all.

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Vente de vins

L' Hôtel-Dieu, a unique heritage

Les  Hospices de Beaune has preserved an exceptional witness to medieval civil architecture. With its Gothic facades, its polychrome roofs, its half-timbered gallery, Hôtel-Dieu museum evokes a radiant 15th century, a fascinating history. A visit that will surprise you.

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Hospices de Beaune

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