This treasure trove of gourmet regional foodstuffs, including cheeses, mustards and wines will tempt the devil in you. Don't miss the Délice de Pommard, the house's signature cheese. Also look for Burgundy's famous …
This fabulous bookshop stocks thousands of titles, including many in English, covering everything from wine tasting to oenology (the art and science of winemaking) to gastronomy to wine literature and essays. There'…
When you enter the factory boutique of this mustard company, tangy odours assault your nostrils. Three-dozen varieties of mustard fill the shelves (cassis, truffle, celery etc), along with three rotating flavours on…
Among the town's quirky galleries is Création Maroquinerie, a fantastic leather shop full of chic belts and supple handbags. The proprietors, Yazmhil and Brice, do custom work and make everything on-site.
The sweet-toothed will lose all self-control at this Dijon institution dating to 1796. It's famous for its scrumptious pain d’épices (gingerbread made with honey and spices).
An interesting spot is Diane Calvert’s illuminated painting studio where she grinds her own pigments from semi-precious stones and uses parchment and quill pens.
Food-and-wine lovers should head for Maison Paillot, which combines a charcuterie/deli with a well-stocked wine cellar.
This agency works with vineyards throughout Burgundy to facilitate fully insured, door-to-door shipments of wine to the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
This polished wine shop in the charming village of Aloxe-Corton represents several makers of the excellent Aloxe-Corton appellation (terrific reds and whites).
Directly below the fabulous Les Millésimes restaurant, this place represents more than 100 Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune winegrowers.