North of Beaune and at the foot of the oratory of Notre-Dame de Bonne Espérance, Pernand (“the spring that gets lost”, in the Celtic language) Vergelesses has a winegrowing past that dates back to the Middle Ages. Charlemagne planted vines here on the Montagne de Corton. And while the 12th-century church and washhouses bear witness to the town’s ancient history, the Salle Pavelot tells the story of how Jacques Copeau, who came from the “Vieux Colombier” in Paris, established theatrical decentralization here in 1925.

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Walks around Pernand-Vergelesses give you the most faithful glimpse of Burgundy Viticole. The narrow streets of a typical wine village, climbs to breathtaking viewpoints and vineyards that produce some of the world’s finest wines.

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