Discover the Nuiton-Beaunoy wine-tasting cellar, located just a few minutes from the famous Hospices de Beaune. A pleasant combination of tradition and modernity, here you can taste wines in the cellars themselves, whilst enjoying the breathtaking views over the vineyards.

In this way, the site pays tribute to the extraordinary diversity of the climates that the wine growers of the Cave des Hautes-Côtes are proud to present. Come and meet them and taste as many of their classified “appellation” wines (Regional, Villages, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus) as you wish, as well as the sparkling Crémants de Bourgogne and cream and fruit liqueurs.

The ideal place to learn about the secrets of local wines.

Highlights:

→ Easy access and parking
→ Children’s play area
→ Wide range of wines

Seminars

The Caveau Nuiton-Beaunoy gives companies free use of its fully-equipped, air-conditioned meeting room (tables, chairs, projector). Free coffee is served in the mornings and at lunchtime and, at the end of the day, a wine-tasting of Nuiton-Beaunoy wines is available.

Maximum capacity: 35 people. Reservations only.

Groups

Come for a wine-tasting with family, friends or colleagues. Available for groups of between 15 and 35 people.

A private room at the Caveau Nuiton-Beaunoy will be set aside for your event, with a wine-tasting commentated and led by our expert: 6 wines, explanations of wine-making in Burgundy, information on our wine cellar and support throughout the wine-tasting.

1 hour of discussions about our shared passion. Reservations only.

Cycling

In partnership with Vélo Tour, the Caveau Nuiton-Beaunoy offers cycling tours of the Beaune vineyards (weather-permitting), accompanied by Guy Delepau. This activity is rounded off with a wine-tasting of Nuiton-Beaunoy wines.

Tasting walk

July 20th - August 24th

Nuiton-Beaunoy offers you a 5 km ride by Beaune and Pommard’s vines.

This ride ends with a tasting of wine, cheese and local food.

Reservations only by email : lecaveau@nuiton-beaunoy.fr. 5€ per person.

Saturday, july 20th at 9.30 am
Saturday, august 24th at 9.30 am