Exploring the villages of Beaujolais in January was a challenge but I struck lucky at the Caveau Chateau de Fleurie
The circumstances were not ideal. I drank this magnificent Moulin a Vent from a paper cup in a cheap but friendly motel.
My visit to the Musee de Vin at Beaune was a vivid reminder of how important wine has been in the history of the Bourgogne region.
We visited Givry, Rully and Mercurey on a Sunday in January. Fermetures Exptionelles.
Macon is known for its dry white wines but also has some interesting reds made from the Gamay grape that dominates the wines of nearby Beaujolais