In the heart of the village of Chablis (90Yonne, Bourgogne) in northern Burgundy, Chablis wine-maker Jean-Marc Brocard has a shop/tasting room with self-catering accommodation above.
Outside the village he also offers Chablis accommodation in a farmhouse.
So whilst the apartments are not in the midst of the vines, you are in the heart of this major wine village with easy access to the tasting cellar, where you can taste your way through the various Chablis crus and decide your favourite, aided by the charming and helpful staff. I did this a few years ago and treasure that experience!
Free Wi-Fi access and a TV with DVD player are provided in the studio and apartment. Each has a private bathroom with a hairdryer.
At Les Chambres de Jean Marc Brocard, the kitchenettes are equipped with a fridge and a microwave.
Beyond the village in Saint-Cyr Les Colons Jean-Marc Brocard also offers a self-catering farmhouse():
Farmhouse: This spacious house of typical Burgundy decor features wooden beams, stone walls and an open fireplace. In the heart of a Chablis vineyard, it offers free WI-Fi, a garden and a terrace. Wine tasting can be organised. The house has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a view of the village square. It includes a private bathroom with a washing machine, a fireplace in the living room and tables and chairs on the large terrace. A continental breakfast can be ordered to your bedroom. Local products from Chablis are offered to each guest upon arrival. You can prepare meals in the kitchen, which includes a stove and corner bar.
Located 2 km from Préhy and 10 km from Chablis, Le P’tit Louis is 14 km from exit 20 of the A6 motorway. Auxerre Train Station is 17 km away.
The A6 motorway is just a 5-minute drive from the apartments. Auxerre is 18 km away.
Chablis is the northernmost wine district of Burgundy. The grapevines around the town of Chablis are almost all Chardonnay, making a dry white wine renowned for the purity of its aroma and taste. The cool climate of this region produces wines with more acidity and flavors less fruity than Chardonnay wines grown in warmer climates, The wines often have a “flinty” note. Only white wines are produced, their status marked by the different “crus”