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Château de Pommard, Pommard

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Create unforgettable memories at early 18th century Château 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. Use our Beaune trip itinerary maker to add Château de Pommard and other attractions to your Beaune vacation plans.
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  • The place is beautiful and the colors of autumn made everything even more beautiful. The guide, Etienne is very kind and the taste was just amazing. The wines of Bourgogne are really good 
  • We did the tour with a couple of friend of this area just fabulous, everything is nice and Etienne did we shared during our visit his passion. The wines are actually fabulous, to if you walk in the area.
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  • Art can be a nice break in the countless wine tastings, one is tempted to in Burgundy. There stands the Chateau Pommard itself, with frequent exhibitions of famous ' art-but on the wine is it more heavily. The wines are of average quality, the price too high. I don't think it hangs together. For me it is the prototype of a tourist trap
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  • 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.
  • My husband and I celebrated our first anniversay in France and while touring we stopped at the Chateau de Pommard for lunch. Our guide was very friendly and informative, while going through the cellars, I learned how wine was stored, keeping track of the year it was harvest and then labeled. I enjoyed the small art gallery and sculptures in the courtyard. After the tour we tasted a few of the wines which were harvest from previous years. We brought back a few cases of reds. Especially enjoyed our lunch, each course was paired with wine - tasting the favors of each wine, not to mention how tasty the food was as well. I recommend the Chateau de Pommard to anyone wanting a unique experience.
  • Pretty place and good tour in English
  • Extra. Super guide, beautiful visit, good tasting
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