Chateau de Pommard, Pommard

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Create unforgettable memories at early 18th century Chateau de Pommard, a maker of "Wine Vermeil" a symbol of the most distinctive wines around the world. Not only can you visit the ancient caves where Pommard ages their 300,000 bottles of wine, you can also stroll the vineyards and gardens, view the winemaking process (in English), peruse an exhibition of contemporary art, and view two monumental sculptures: the "Unicorn" and "St. George Slaying the Dragon" by Salvador Dali. Plan to see Chateau de Pommard and other attractions that appeal to you using our Beaune planning site .
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  • Touristic tour with a decent overview of viticulture and a nice tour of the aging cellars. No real discussion of the winemaking itself nor visit to the facility. Beautiful place and a nice formal gard...  more »
  • We had the tasting of 8 Pinot noirs formula. The visit and the explanations given during the visit were very specific and very interesting. A tour that begins with a tower at the foot of the vineyards, with an explanation of climates... And as we came just after the harvest we could enjoy explanations in the winery during the alcoholic fermentation. Be able to view the wine to create with teams who took the time to explain what they were doing weren't unexpected course that all visits were lucky but we regretted not to have made this visit in the morning because less people the team was very available and a guide for us two was very nice with regard to the tasting, could realize here in diversities from climate and their importance on the taste of the wine. The explanations were clear and we were really left time to enjoy what is significant. Despite the price we love and we ordered a few bottles of this nectar even if you don't want to put 40 to 100 euro in a bottle worth to taste this wine.
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  • We opted for the visit Experience Pinot Noir with Adele as a guide, a great visit with a wealth of relevant information and answer all our questions. The wine tasting was scheduled for eight wines and we ended up tasting ten in addition to a Marc de Bourgogne; the details and explanations of Adèle were once very much and offered generously.
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  • Had a tour here on a hot day and felt sorry for the guide as he was wearing a full suit. This is a beautiful vinyard if a bit too tourist focused. It really did feel like it was geared to showing people around. Would recommend visiting. The gardens are very pretty.
  • This place is absolutely stunning and I throughly enjoyed the tour which covers the vineyards, cellar and a tasting. The gardens are also beautiful. However, the price of the tour is absolutely extortionate (€50 per person!!) and the wine even more expensive. It feels like a tourist trap that is extracting every penny from visitors to fund its Welcome Lounge and other unnecessary gloss.
  • Excellent private visit by Simon who knows a lot about the Burgundy wines but also travelled around the globe and is very entertaining. The wines are expensive but excellent!
  • Not the cheapest tasting experience, but it is a nice one. They booked us a tour appointment with an English speaking guide who was delightful. She was obviously passionate about the Burgundy region and its wines. We learned about different soil qualities that influence the vines, as well as how the harvest process happens. Fun tour. Also cool was the room full of old wine-making equipment, including a giant old grape press.
  • Excellent place to visit to find out about wine, how it's produced and some great history. The lady that gave us the tour was fantastic, her knowledge was spot on and the wine tasting at the end was delicious. I discovered pomace brandy here and have to say it's delicious. Didn't feel at any point that we were being patronised or treated with condescension which at other places we did.

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