Burgundy: The Heart of France's Wine Country
Plan a trip to Burgundy, France, and take a wine-country road trip to sample some of the world's most expensive wines, eat delicious coq au vin, explore the Castle of Saint Fargeau and more.Filed under:
Travel to the quaint town of Dijon, known for its gastronomic specialties like snails, mustard and cassis -- a liqueur often mixed with white wine to make Kir, a popular aperitif. The town is also known for its medieval art, half-timber houses and hotels, and its charming streets lined with chic shops.
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Check out these behind-the-scenes photos from Tony’s trip to Burgundy.
See Tony's favorite moments and read his thoughts from No Reservations in Burgundy, France.
Tony and friend Ludo Lefebvre visit Au Petit Calin restaurant.