Monks had a major role to play in the renown of wine growing in Chablis.7 min
Two jewels in the crown of Chablis.5 min
Evidence of the ramparts built to protect Chablis from outside threats.2 min
It was the property of monks from the Cistercian abbey in Pontigny.
The Aire des Clos offers a panoramic view over the vineyards of Chablis.6 min
Béru and its sun and moon dial, one of just two in Europe.4 min
Along the banks of the River Serein there are many winegrowing villages to visit.5 min
Two villages where winegrowing has a strong presence.4 min
A presentation and history of some of the Chablis region’s emblematic villages.5 min
Beine’s attractions include a wine and corkscrew museum.5 min
Two villages in the Chablis area still bearing traces of the past.7 min
As the top white wine producing region in Burgundy, the Chablis area is known throughout the world for its wines, made with the Chardonnay grape. However, there is so much more to Chablis and the surrounding area than wine, with many vestiges from the past paying testimony to a rich and eventful history. So, on foot and by car, why not come and explore the little town of Chablis, its wines and the winegrowing villages that make this area so special? Spend some time taking in the beautiful landscapes and come and meet the wine producers who will be delighted to welcome you to share their knowledge and taste their wines. Our tour begins from outside the Tourist Information Centre.
Please drink with moderation.