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# Trip


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As we travel through the outlying hills of Beaune, we’ll cross through several well-known wine appellations: Pommard (once appreciated by Henri IV and Louis XV), Puligny, Montrachet, and many others. When we arrive in Beaune, we’ll first visit the famous hospice, founded by Chancellor Nicolas Rolin during the extreme poverty and plague that hit the region in 1443. It remained a working hospital overseen by the Holy See up through the 20th century, with the daily activities run by nuns known as Les Soeurs Hospitalières. Now a museum, it contains over 5,000 objects, including a dazzling polyptych altarpiece of The Last Judgment by Rogier van der Weyden. The hospice is also well known for their more than 148 acres of vineyards, most of which are located in prestigious appellation areas. As anticipated, our tour will finish up with a tasting of a selection of these wines.


  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Times are approximate.
  • *Alcohol can be dangerous to your health. Please drink in moderation.


This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises

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Exceptional Wine Tasting Cruise in Burgundy: Beaujolais Nouveau (port-to-port cruise)

Next departures: 14/11/2021


Join us on a cruise specifically designed for wine lovers! The Saône awaits you with its many wonders such as the prestigious Burgundy city of Beaune, the impressive ruins of the Cluny Abbey and, of course, the Beaujolais Route. We'll spend an exceptional evening in Beaujeu to greet the annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau, an experience not to be missed!

5 Days
Departure 14/11/2021
Arrival 18/11/2021
Ship : MS Camargue II Ship category : PREMIUM
Departure 14/11/2021
Arrival 18/11/2021
Ship : MS Van Gogh Ship category : PREMIUM

* Price based on double occupancy

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