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Burgundy with



Exclusive trip to Domaine Serene's Historic Château in Burgundy, France


  • Four nights for three couples at Château de la Crée in Santenay

  • Private tour with the winemaker of the estate vineyards plus winery tour and barrel tasting

  • Lunch with the winemaker 

  • Private wine tastings of exclusive releases

  • Tour of the ancient caves under the Château

  • Tour of the famed Hospices de Beaune

  • Tour of a private cooperage

  • Full mixed case of Evenstad Estates wines 

  • Dedicated concierge to assist in coordinating itinerary details and making reservations

Grace and Ken Evenstad, Founders of Domaine Serene, fulfilled their long-held dream of purchasing vineyards and a winery château in the Côte-d’Or of Burgundy, France in 2015. Located in the beautiful village of Santenay, Château de la Crée dates back to 1431 when it was owned by Nicolas Rolin, Chancellor of Philip the Good, the third Duke of Burgundy. The Château has been completely renovated and redecorated. All bedrooms and suites have private baths and new king size beds. 


Your group of six will call Château de la Crée home for up to four nights. Experience the rich history and culture of the land and its vignerons, vines and wines on an extraordinary guided tour of the Château’s vineyard holdings in some of Burgundy’s most prestigious appellations, including Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet, Santenay and Maranges. You'll enjoy lunch at the picturesque Le Terroir in Santenay with caves dating as far back as the 15th century as well as experiience a private tour of one of the most prestigious historic monuments in the world, the Hospices de Beaune. Another fascinating experience during your stay will be an in-depth introduction to the art of barrel making, via a private tour of a local cooperage.


It's the trip of a lifetime, filled with history, luxury, incredible food, and of course, some of the best wines in the world. 


Contributed by: Grace & Ken Evenstad, Evenstad Estates

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