Private Burgundy Wine Tour From Paris

A private day trip from Paris to France’s premier wine region

Private Burgundy tours from Paris.

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Private Wine Tour from Paris to Burgundy

Accompanied by a trained oenologist, you’ll experience an in-depth exploration of 16 exceptional Burgundy wines from the Côte de Beaune appellation region, featuring a minimum of 50% Premier Cru and Grand Cru varieties. Renowned wines such as Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet, Volnay, Pommard, and Aloxe-Corton are typically included in the tasting.

A view of the Chassagne-Montrachet vineyard in Burgundy
A view of the Chassagne-Montrachet vineyard in Burgundy

With this private tour and tastings at famous Burgundy houses, you get a lunch break in a picturesque village (cost not included), visit premium producers, and savor sixteen different Burgundy tastes in the course of your day.  In the evening you’ll transfer back to Paris via high speed rail.  Taste and explore Burgundy with us. Option to book a Michelin-starred meal if desired.

Burgundy Day Tour from Paris

Price: $710 ($846 With 2nd Class Rail, $901 With 1st Class Rail).

Departure Time: Before 7:00 a.m.

Duration: 14 Hours

Meeting Point: The Dijon TGV station

Group Size: 7 person maximum, 2 person minimum

Availability: Our Burgundy wine tours run Tuesday through Saturday from April through November.  Touring between December and March by request only.

This Tour Includes

  • Pick-up and drop-off at the Dijon TGV station in Burgundy
  • Wine tastings throughout the day
  • All admission fees
  • Rail to and from Paris (optional; clients can book own tickets per our instructions)

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Larger groups or multi-day options are possible. Contact us for pricing and details. 

We also offer a Burgundy overnight option that includes further tastings.

Burgundy Wine Tour from Paris Itinerary

Start the day traveling to Burgundy via high speed TGV rail from Paris.  In under two hours you’ll arrive in the city of Dijon. Your guide will meet you right at the rail station and then it is off to Beaune to begin your Burgundy wine adventure.

Your tour begins with a drive into the beautiful countryside.  You’ll have a private tasting at a prestige Burgundy house such as Meursault or Bouchard (varies by season and availability). After a traditional Burgundy-style lunch (cost not included), we will stop at the legendary Romanée-Conti vineyard, to have a peek at its 4 acres. It is consistently one of the highest quality, and most expensive, wines produced in the world each year.

Your Burgundy day tour also includes an intimate look at a small producer vineyard for a tasting and tour.  In total, you will experience sixteen Burgundy wine tastes with a hearty mix of red and white.

Drop-off in Dijon in time for the evening train back to Paris.

Visiting the vineyards in Burgundy.
Visiting the vineyards in Burgundy

How far is Burgundy from Paris by train?

It takes approximately one hour and forty minutes by high speed rail from Paris to Dijon.

Can you do a day trip to Burgundy from Paris?

Yes, a Paris to Burgundy day trip is easy via high-speed TGV rail from Paris. For those wishing to stay overnight we offer a great one-night trip or two-night trip to the region. For longer or custom trips please contact us for a quote.

Cancellation and Refund Policies

Due to the small group aspect of all of our tours, our cancellation policy is as follows. More than 7 days before tour date – 100% refundable; from 7 to 3 days before tour date – 50% refundable; less than 3 days – non-refundable. If cancelling please contact us as soon as possible to insure we can credit you properly.

Link Paris Reviews – What Others Say About Our Tours

Why we love Burgundy – So close to Paris by high speed rail, Burgundy is such a different world.  Cobblestones, meticulously-made stone houses, pitched roofs and timbered walls.  And wow on the food and wine. A Burgundy tour from Paris? Yes, please.  Read my full article on our trip to Burgundy. – Laura