The date has been set for the next edition of the Grands Jours de Bourgogne, which will run from 21-25 March 2022. Winegrowers and négociants will once again be able to welcome market influencers and journalists from around the world to discover the latest vintages of the 84 Bourgogne appellations.
The event will run over five days, featuring 12 tasting sessions in 10 different locations from Chablis to Mercurey, and will feature around 1,000 exhibitors presenting 6,000 wines. It will provide a great opportunity to come together in person once again.
Visitors will be immersed into the terroir of the Bourgogne winegrowing region, meeting with industry representatives for convivial moments of networking and discovery. A key event on the international calendar
For the past 30 years, this event has brought together wine industry professionals and key actors from the market in the heart of the Bourgogne vineyards. It has taken place every other year since 1992.
From Chablis to the Côte Chalonnaise, and from the Côte de Nuits to the Côte de Beaune, visitors will be able to explore the terroir through 10 different tasting sites. For practical reasons, the wines of the Mâconnais will be offered for tasting in Beaune.
This unique event, which is now key on the international calendar, is highly anticipated by a Bourgogne wine industry that is impatient to welcome back international visitors.
Registration and preparation
The new www.grands-jours-bourgogne.com website in both French and English has been designed to work equally well on mobile and PC, and has the answers to all your questions.
A dedicated space allows to pre-register for tastings from early December through to 12 March.
Once your registration is validated, you will receive your badge by email. You can print it in advance, saving time at the entrance to tastings.
A list of exhibitors will be uploaded and updated as they sign up for the event.