Burgundy Wine Country Biking




Burgundy Wine Country Biking

Scheduled trips are expertly curated itineraries with pre-selected dates that anyone can join, capped at 16 people for an intimate experience.

In Vino Veritas

We spent one day in Burgundy decades ago and decided to never leave. You'll spend six—so consider yourself warned. You'll coast from one heavenly (and world-famous) vineyard to the next, clinking glasses with our expert friends along the way. Explore historic Beaune, where our hometown-advantage grants you access to exclusive events and illustrious hosts.

Trip Type: Scheduled Departure | Activity Level: 3

Burgundy Wine Country Biking

Experience designed by B&R travel expert Eugenie Weiss

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$5,995 USD

Single supplement: $1,200
Prices vary based on departure season

6 Days / 5 Nights

Dijon to Le Creusot

Burgundy Wine Country Biking
Burgundy Wine Country Biking
Burgundy Wine Country Biking
Burgundy Wine Country Biking
Burgundy Wine Country Biking

Preview the Itinerary


Our first ride begins in the Côte de Nuits, where we'll cycle along the northern route until we reach the famous village of Vougeot. We’ll pause for a picnic lunch in a hidden location then continue pedalling to the medieval city of Beaune. This evening, we'll be joined by a local expert for a wine tasting.

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NOTE: The Itinerary above is a sample and subject to changes. A departure-specific itinerary will be shared with you upon date selection.

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Level 3

The first portion of this trip alternates between relatively flat routes and some hilly rides. Distances range from 27 to 44 km (17 to 27 mi) with options every day, including the Century Ride of 100 km. In general we follow narrow, quiet roads through vineyards, farmland, forests and charming towns. Burgundy has been credited with having the best biking, not just in France, but the world.

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Photography credit: Margaux Zanetti