By staying at our hotel in Saône et Loire, you can discover the Mâconnais, a Burgundy region with a touch of Southern ambiance, which stretches over 35km of vines between Sennecey-le-Grand and Saint-Vérand. This wine country has two very different sides. To the south-west of Tournus, the mountains of the Mâconnais have a succession of wooded hills and small valleys, ideal for wine growing. Further south, the hills give way to a grand landscape, dominated by huge rocks, including the Vergisson and Solutré (part of the Grandes Sites de France network).
Near to our hotel and restaurant in Sennecé-lès-Mâcon, you can choose between two wine routes: the Mâconnais-Beaujolais wine route and the Grands Vins tourist route.
The Mâconnais-Beaujolais wine route offers an enchanting escape across 78 communes between Saint-Gengoux-le-National and Romanèche-Thorins: 500km of tourist trails, split between 8 routes, on small charming roads. A visit to the cellars allows you to discover a very wide range of regional (Mâcon, Mâcon Villages and Mâcon indicated by the name of the commune) and communal appellations (Pouilly-Fuissé, Pouilly-Loché, Pouilly-Vinzelles, Saint Véran and Viré-Clessé). Not forgetting the Beaujolais crus in Southern Burgundy (Saint Amour, Chénas, Moulin-à-Vent, Juliénas, Beaujolais Villages, Beaujolais).
A bit further afield, the Grands Vins tourist route is an extension of the Burgundy Grands Crus route. It is a signposted route of around one hundred kilometres, which crosses nearly 40 wine growing communes. This route, from Santenay to Saint-Gengoux-le-National, allows you to discover a terroir rich in the best Burgundy wine appellations: Rully, Mercurey, Givry, Montagny, Bouzeron, Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise, Maranges, Côtes du Couchois.