The Sorine windmill, built in the early 19th century, can be seen in the well-exposed vineyards south of Santenay. This unique windmill on the Côte de Beaune is back in action every year for a major festival in June. In addition to its pleasant square with its fountains, Santenay boasts a number of typical white Burgundy stone houses and opulent 19th-century mansions. In the upper part of the village, don’t miss remarkable buildings such as the château de la Crée, a 19th-century winegrowing manor house, or the château dit de Philippe le Hardi, a 14th-century fortified house with a square keep and colorful tiled roofs. At the foot of the Montagne des Trois Croix, stop for a moment at the charming Hameau de Narosse to discover a small church with a Romanesque porch nestling at the bottom of a combe.