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Le Reflet des Vignes – Burgundy B&B

Burgundy Bed and Breakfast?- In the heart of Burgundy wine country at Comblanchien (21 Côte d’Or, Bourgogne-Franche Comté) is the pretty Chambres d’Hôtes (B&B) of Le Reflet des Vignes.

Situated on Burgundy’s Route des Grands Crus near Nuits St Georges, this is a quiet rural location, a stone-built house with views over the vines. There is an elegant conservatory and swimming pool!

Plenty of fine restaurants nearby. There is even a small kitchen on site to cook up a quick snack.
Three ensuite bedrooms,sleeping up to 3 people. Open all year.

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In Burgundy the predominant grapes are Pinot Noir (for reds) and Chardonnay(for whites). Nuits Saint Georges produces mostly red wines. Red Côte de Nuits wines are robust and elegant. Their bouquet is intense and fragrant.
Many of the classic Burgundy vineyards are close by, including Clos du Vougeot and Vosne-Romanée with Dijon to the north and Beaune to the south.

for more info and to check availability at this this Burgundy B&B see Le Reflet des Vignes

or nearby vineyard accommodation at Hotel l’Ermitage de Corton

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Chateau Comblanchien

Classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Climats, terroirs of Burgundy:

Viticulture was introduced to this fertile region of Aquitaine by the Romans, and intensified in the Middle Ages. The Saint-Emilion area benefited from its location on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and many churches, monasteries and hospices were built there from the 11th century onwards. It was granted the special status of a ‘jurisdiction’ during the period of English rule in the 12th century. It is an exceptional landscape devoted entirely to wine-growing, with many fine historic monuments in its towns and villages.