VINEYARD WALKS

With our cellars in Buxy as a starting point, we would like to recommend three walks, lasting a few hours, which will allow you to see the vineyards and everything that constitutes our exceptional heritage of hamlets, villages, monuments and scenic views. You will not be able to deny the charm of the landscape; a blend of nature in harmony with finesse and the results of patient labour. What a beautiful discovery!

You can order a take-away picnic, consisting of 100% local products made in the Côte Chalonnaise: €14 for adults and €7 for kids.
Reservation 24h in advance.

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WALK N° 1

Vignerons de Buxy – Buxy – Montagny-lès-Buxy – Jully-lès-Buxy – Buxy
Distance: 9,4 km
Time: about 2 hours

1 – Buxy – Cave des Vignerons de Buxy
· At the roundabout take the road into the centre of Buxy.
· Turn right on the Davenay road on leaving Buxy, heading for Montagny.
· Continue on the Chemin des Bouchots.
2 – Montagny-lès-Buxy
· Cross the secondary road to go back into Montagny.
· Cross Montagny then follow the direction of Montorge.
3 – Montorge
· On arriving in Montorge, turn left to cross the secondary road in the direction of Jully-lès-Buxy.
4 – Jully-lès-Buxy
· Cross Jully to go back onto the green way (Voie verte) and return to Buxy.

WALK N° 2

Vignerons de Buxy – Buxy – Montagny-lès-Buxy – Saint-Vallerin – Chenôves – Buxy
Distance: 16,8 km
Time: about 3 hours and half

1 – Buxy – Cave des Vignerons de Buxy
· At the roundabout take the road into the centre of Buxy.
· Turn right on the Davenay road on leaving Buxy, heading for Montagny.
· Continue on the Chemin des Bouchots.
2 – Montagny-lès-Buxy
· Cross the secondary road to go back into Montagny.
· Walk up the Rue du Lavoir, turn right at the top.
3 – Saint-Vallerin
· Turn left after the houses to get onto the GR76 trail.
· Leave the GR76 trail to go down into Chenôves.
4 – Les Filletières
· Walk through Les Filletières.
· Take the green way (Voie verte) to return all the way to Buxy.

WALK N° 3

Vignerons de Buxy – Buxy – Montagny-lès-Buxy – Saint-Vallerin – Chenôves – Saules – Saint-Boil – Buxy
Distance: 18,6 km
Time: 3h40

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1 – Buxy – Cave des Vignerons de Buxy
· At the roundabout take the road into the centre of Buxy.
· Turn right on the Davenay road on leaving Buxy, heading for Montagny.
· Continue on the Chemin des Bouchots.
2 – Montagny-lès-Buxy
· Cross the secondary road to go back into Montagny.
· Walk up the Rue du Lavoir, turn right at the top.
3 – Saint-Vallerin
· Turn left after the houses to get onto the GR76 trail.
4 – Saules
· Leave the GR76 trail to go into Saint-Boil.
· Take the green way (Voie verte) to return all the way to Buxy.

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BUXY

Located on the road linking the Grands Vins de Bourgogne, Buxy is a dynamic village that has kept its medieval charm. In the maze of its streets you will come across the Romanesque church, the ancient houses of the Rue des Fossés, the cellars hollowed out of the rock, the Saccazand tower (home of the last royal prosecutor) and of course, the12th century red tower which is a village landmark.

Things to see and do
• The Thursday morning market
• The Church (historical monument)
• The Vignerons de Buxy museum
• Visit the medieval quarter
• Exhibition in the Office Tourist

MONTAGNY-LÈS-BUXY

Located 3 kilometres west of Buxy, this ancient Burgundy village is built at the apex of a natural amphitheatre of vines. Montagny-Lès-Buxy enjoys an eminent reputation thanks to the quality of its wines - which were the preferred choice of the Monks of Cluny. Writings of the time show that the Canons
of Saint-Vincent were some of its greatest fans.

Things to see and do
• The 4 km interpretive vineyard trail of Montagny

SAINT-VALLERIN

Situated 4 km south of Buxy in the middle of the vineyards, Saint-Vallerin is one of the 4 villages from which the Montagny appellation is produced. The village has a beautiful partially Romanesque church crowned with a stone bell-tower and rich in baptism records.
Just below the church there is a magnificent covered communal wash-house. Among the many castles, that of the Hameau de la Tour houses an aviary in each of its towers.
A statue of the Virgin, placed on the cliff overlooking the village, offers a wonderful panorama where Mont Blanc regularly appears illuminated by the rising sun. It is on this plateau that we find limestone grasslands dotted with boxwood and lined with stone walls.

Things to see and do
• Visit the bell tower
• Enjoy the panoramic view from the cliff of the Virgin

SAINT-BOIL

Located on the road linking the Grands Vins de Bourgogne, Saint-Boil generously marries hills and pastures with its rich heritage. Here you can visit a Gallo-Roman quarry, the 12th entury Romanesque bell tower, the viaduct of Crainseny and the spring, La Goutteuse.

Things to see and do
• The site of the Gallo-Roman quarry
• The external view of the church
• The viaduct of Crainseny
• The workshop of Michel Chevalier, painter and sculptor

CHENÔVES

Located on the road linking the Grands Vins de Bourgogne, the village shelters some beautiful houses, a Romanesque church, ancient vintner houses and grand properties of the 19th century.
The commune encompasses 5 hamlets, each offering an intriguing heritage: the chateaus of Thil and La Bouthière, the wash-houses and ovens of Filletières. On the Valottes side, a haven of peace awaits you with a fishing pond and a picnic area.
The heights of the commune also provide some beautiful views.

Things to see and do

• The external view of the church and its listed calvary, wash-houses and ovens in the hamlet of Filletières, the pond and picnic area of Valottes
• The winegrower’s hut in the vines (Hamlet of Thil)
• Visit the goat shelter of Filletières

JULLY-LÈS-BUXY

The commune is built in the form of an amphitheatre on the slope of a low hill. At the top is the church and from this viewpoint you can see the plains of the Saone and Grosne to the east and the vineyard hillsides to the west. In the hamlet of Ponneau surrounded by beautiful forests, we find the chateau with its chapel named for Saint Jacques; this also features a statue of San Sebastian. 4 kilometres south of Buxy, the vineyards encircle the village and the hamlets of Saint-Vallerin where you can see some beautiful stone houses.

Things to see and do
• The panoramic view from the church
• Recreation and play area near the green way (Voie verte)

ON YOUR RETURN, COME AND TASTE THE LOCAL WINES IN OUR CELLARS:

Vignerons de Buxy
2 route de Chalon
71390 BUXY

Tél. 03 85 92 04 30
caveau@vigneronsdebuxy.fr

Open 7 days a week (close Sunday from the end of November to the beginning of March) from 9:00 am to midday
and from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm (in July and August, open continuously from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm)

Vignerons de Buxy
Cave de Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Route de Curtil
71460 Saint-Gengoux-le-National

Tél. 03 85 92 61 75
saint-gengoux@vigneronsdebuxy.fr

Open from Tuesday to Saturday (and Monday in July and August)
from 9:00 am to midday and from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm (from the beginning of November to the end of February, we close at 5:30 pm)

Au sud de la Côte de Nuits et de la Côte de Beaune, partez à la découverte des terroirs de la Côte Chalonnaise pour découvrir nos domaines au détour de vos balades, en parcourant les bourgs et villages qui se succèdent (Rully, Mercurey, Givry, Buxy et Montagny). Les vignerons seront heureux de partager leur passion de la vigne et du vin avec vous ! Le choix du cépage (chardonnay, pinot noir ou encore aligoté), la culture de la vigne et la naissance du raisin, les vendanges et les étapes de la vinification… Ils auront également à cœur de vous offrir une initiation à l’œnologie, à l’occasion d’une dégustation de vins AOC dans les caveaux de notre cave coopérative emblématique du vignoble bourguignon. Vous découvrirez, à travers notre vignoble, la typicité de nos vins qui régalent les papilles de nombreux amateurs depuis des générations : vins rouges, vins blancs ou encore crémants de Bourgogne. Votre palais se fera alors surprendre par la richesse des nuances aromatiques des crus de Bourgogne : agrumes, fruits rouges, fruits jaunes… avec une très forte minéralité. La route des vins de la Côte Chalonnaise, entre Côte de Beaune et Mâconnais, avec ses collines, abbayes, châteaux et domaines viticoles, est également riche par sa gastronomie. Vous pourrez trouver de nombreux produits du terroir, pour réaliser de beaux accords mets et vins. De quoi révéler nos vins blancs et rouges prestigieux, très aromatiques. Des premiers crus provenant des meilleurs terroirs. Des crémants de Bourgogne légers et d’une grande fraîcheur. Et n’oubliez pas de déguster notre Mercurey Premier cru au joli bouquet, mais aussi notre Givry !

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