I’m planning a 3 day/2 night trip to Burgundy in early May and was looking for some recommendations for Domaines that will accept visitors. I’m especially interested in Gevrey-Chambertin, but am open to any suggestions. We speak little to no French, so English speaking will be important. I’d also be interested for restaurant recommendations, especially places that are open on Sundays and/or Mondays
Greg…there are lots of threads on this board on visiting Burgundy. May is a good time to do so. I think those threads (and a search) will answer your questions. Pretty much most places speak English (or someone does) sufficient to visit.
I just booked an apartment for a week in May. I’ll be there after Greg and before Mike.
Not much open on Sundays. I usually do lunch at La Ferme de la Ruchotte and for dinner just pick on stuff I bought at the market the day before. No menu at La Ferme. You eat what they recently killed. I’ve had chicken and pork there.
As for restaurants, you will find plenty of threads if you do a search.
I just booked my accommodations in Beaune from May 9-16. My friend and I are staying at Beaune St Etienne, a 2 bedroom apartment right in the center of town. The reviews on vrbo.com are great. 560 euros for a week for 2 seems like a real deal.
We stayed at the B&B in Vosne Romanee owned by Anne Gros. It is at her winery. We very much enjoyed La Toute Petite Auberge which is a nearby restaurant. We flew in and out of Lyon so we had an opportunity to spend a few days in Lyon which is the gastronomic capital of France. It was a great visit. The old city is amazing and the food is other worldly.