The “Climats” are pieces of land and correspond to a cut out of land in Burgundy which allows people to identify the wines depending on where the grapes from which they are made, matured. The “Climats" of Burgundy have been part of the UNESCO world heritage since the 4th July 2015, which justifies their title of “Exceptional Universal Value”. From Santenay to Dijon, you will be able to discover the route wine, traditionally divided into two part: The Cote de Nuits, in the north, between Dijon and Corgoloin, and the Côte of Beaune, in the south, from Ladoix-Serrigny to the Maranges.
It is hard to talk about Bourgogne and its vinicultural heritage without also mentioning its gastronomic heritage. This is because the gastronomy of Bourgogne is a cuisine which is particularly varied and rich, which plays an important role in the international reputation of the region. The snails of Bourgogne, cured ham, wined rooster, poached eggs in a red wine sauce, Bourguignon beef… are all dishes to discover or re-discover. The visit of local restaurants is therefore a must. Do not hesitate to go to the Terroir or l’Ouillette, which are both located very near Les Sarments.
It is hard to talk about Bourgogne and the village of Santenay without talking about cycling. You will therefore be able to wander through the region and take advantage of its marvellous landscapes.