Discover the diversity and richness of the Burgundy appellations while tasting our property wines from the Côte de Beaune, as well as some prized selections from the Côte de Nuits.
Explore the “Clos de Bully”, one of the oldest places in Burgundy. Planted in 1158 by the monks of the Abbey of Maizières, this plot contains hidden treasures like a natural spring and a Roman well. It’s a typical stone-enclosed plot, with an exclusive view over the Pernand-Vergelesses vineyard.
Marvel at Burgundy’s legendary Corton hill, with its magnificent Grands Crus such the Corton-Charlemagne by Maison Champy.
The visit ends with a tasting of six of the visited terroirs, for an in-depth understanding of each one’s character.
Visit the 15th-century cellars at the heart of Maison Champy, which used to belong to Beaune’s convent of Jacobines, on the rue du Grenier à Sel. Admire the Burgundian 128-litre barrels where iconic wines and exceptional bottles have been created and carefully preserved for the last three centuries.
You will also get a view of the Eiffel columns that date back to the construction of the 19th-century winery, stretching over three levels. Maison Champy stands out in Burgundy for its unique architecture.
Maison Champy has launched in April 2018 a restoration process of the historical site to open beginning of 2019. An unprecedented experience will enable you to travel back through three centuries of history.
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