Tourist cellars guide
Bourgogne offers a range of wine tourism activities that is as diverse as its wines. Few winegrowing regions around the world are able to combine gourmet and cultural activities to such an extent. The Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) is constantly working to improve how we promote this resource, and year after year, the offer is taking shape.
The “Tourist cellars guide” brochure is packed full of everything you need to know about wine-related tourism in Bourgogne.
Passport to Bourgogne Wines
This brochure brings together everything you need to know about Bourgogne wines. This passport provides reference points about Bourgogne wines and is packed full of information about the Bourgogne winegrowing region. It includes the map of the Bourgogne region and its five winegrowing areas, facts about the industry and historical information.
From Terroir to Climats
This reference document explains the concepts of terroir and Climat through four sections covering soil, meteorology, construction of the terroir and grape varietals.
From Terroir to Climats - to find out more
Want to further your knowledge about the Climats of Bourgogne?
This new digital brochure - exclusively available on the internet - offers a fun and interactive way to explore the Climats. It uses the encounter between two characters - Jacques, a wine buff, and Romain, a relative newcomer to the world of wine.
Created and designed with the help of the best scientific experts in the field, this document is accessible to all, with illustrations and links to “find out more” about each theme, according to the user’s own personal interests.
The aroma guide
A three-way fold-out guide to the aromas of Bourgogne wines to explain its origins. It provides examples of appellations in which they can be found and suggests a methodology for learning about them in the glass.
The art of tasting wine in Bourgogne
Tasting the wines of Bourgogne isn’t just about being able to appreciate the quality of a wine; it’s also about knowing how to find simple, precise and comprehensible words to describe the sensations it creates. This exercise is sometimes tricky but anyone can do it with the help of this brochure, which presents all the stages in tasting Bourgogne wine.