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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