Jean-Luc Boujon, edited by Nathanaël Bentura
Direction Dijon with opening, this Friday, from the brand new Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin. A huge three-hectare space in the heart of the city center. A place dedicated to French and Burgundian gastronomy with exhibitions, boutiques and especially the largest wine cellar in the world, with more than 3,000 wine references.
The tour begins with an exhibition on the pastry, designed by Macaron King Pierre Hermé. Then there are a dozen shops, the Peeler, the Cheesemaker, the Butcher or the Mustard Man. Each time, discover the products and their excellence, more that you can taste and look at. In Dijon, the brand new International City of Gastronomy and Wine opens this Friday. In this huge three-hectare space, visitors will be able to discover exhibitions, a cooking school and a giant cellar with more than 3,000 references of wine, from Burgundy and elsewhere.
Reduce affordable excellence
The main attraction, in the experiential kitchen, a space of 600 m² where workshops and masterclasses took place, explains William Krief, the son of the designer: , a puff pastry puff pastry or a meurette egg. “
Reduce the accessibility of excellence, this is also the goal of the Cité cave. 3,000 wine references and the possibility to taste them for cheap, assures François Deseille, delegate of the Cité: “Here we have the largest wine cellar in the world. And you will have about fifty wines by the glass in less than five euro “, he detailed before listing:” Saint-Véran, Pinot Noir de Bourgogne. Because it is a city that must be so popular. But you will also have Romanée-Conti. You will also have the possibility to taste very very great vintages, for more expensive of course, but by the glass, while a bottle is obviously inaccessible. “
We will probably be here for more than 100 euros a glass … But it will remain a unique moment. And this is the goal of this City of Gastronomy and Wine: to create rare moments.