Specially dedicated to journalists; find a press room every day during the event from 9:00am to 5:00pm
The press room moves around with you every day, and provides an agreeable location with a wide range of services.
These include internet access, computers, local and national press, and refreshments.
The BIVB’s press attachés will be available to answer your questions and help you set up meetings with winegrowing professionals.
Find more information on Bourgogne wines here.
Access to the events
On the website, under Programme, on each events page you will find the address and GPS coordinates of each place.
There is also an itinerary link which enables you to calculate your itineraries and travel time.
If you decide to use the shuttles, here is the address of the departure point:
Office de Tourisme de Beaune
Porte Marie de Bourgogne
12 boulevard Perpreuil
21200 Beaune, France
To calculate your route :
Aéroport Lyon-Saint-Exupéry : 1h30 from Beaune
Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle : 3h40 from Beaune
Aéroport Paris-Orly : 3h15 from Beaune
To plan your trip : www.aeroport.fr
The main railway stations :
Plan your journey : www.voyages-sncf.com
Event times: the times stated in the programme are those for the beginning and end of the tastings; we would like to ask our visitors to arrive at least half an hour before the end of the event.
To ensure that the wine-tastings go as smoothly as possible, would you kindly attend at the stated times and, as far as humanly possible, take part in the events to which you have been invited.
The Grands Jours de Bourgogne lays on a free shuttle service from the Tuesday to the Friday to get from one tasting event to another.
The Grands Jours de Bourgogne are open exclusively to professionals wine buyers working in one of the following professions: sales agents, wine shops and specialised stores, traders, distributors, restaurateurs, sommeliers linked to a restaurant, importers and journalists.
A badge is required to enter the wine show. Under-18s are not allowed to attend the wine show.
1- To obtain an access badge you need to pre-register online.
- If you have received an invitation then you have a code and password that you will be asked for during pre-registration.
- If you do not have a code then please fill in the pre-registration form and you will receive by return an email with a code and a password.
2- You will receive confirmation of your registration including a qrcode. You will be issued with your definitive badge on presenting this confirmation at the welcome desk. The same badge grants you access to all the events in your programme. Please keep your badge and present it at each event.
Registration starts : 5 January 2018
Registration ends: 5 March 2018
You will find glasses at the welcome desk of every tasting.
The glasses from Tuesday till Fridays tastings are lent by our partner Chef & Sommelier.
We ask you to be willing to return your glass at the end of every tasting.
There is a wide choice of hotels in Burgundy.
You can find them all on the websites of the Tourism Offices in the main towns in Burgundy:
Office de Tourisme de Chablis : www.chablis.net
Office de Tourisme de Dijon : www.visitdijon.com
Office de Tourisme de Gevrey-Chambertin : www.ot-gevreychambertin.fr
Office de Tourisme de Nuits-Saint-Georges : www.ot-nuits-st-georges.fr
Office de Tourisme de Beaune : www.ot-beaune.fr
Office de Tourisme de Chalon-sur-Saône : www.achalon.com
Bourgogne is composed of 4 departments:
Côte d’Or : www.cotedor-tourisme.com
Saône et Loire : www.bourgogne-du-sud.com
Yonne : www.tourisme-yonne.com
Nièvre : www.nievre-tourisme.com
Plan your stay easily on www.burgundy-tourism.com & www.burgundy-wines-tourism.fr
Download here our guide "En Route vers les Bourgognes", with 346 winemaker addresses and 100 tourist events in Burgundy all over the year.