Burgundy is, of course, the wine villages along the Route des Grands Crus, with their distinctive architecture of winegrowers’ houses. It’s the twinkling stars that shine on the glazed tiles of castles and churches. It’s also the white Burgundy stone that illuminates the narrow streets. Above all, it’s the typical charm of a French village, with its traditional craftsmen and shopkeepers. And then there are the traditional festivals that punctuate the seasons and reveal all the authenticity of our terroir.