The vineyard of Bourgogne seen from the sky

Fly over the Bourgogne vineyards, from Mâcon to Chablis, thanks to these exclusive panoramic images


The vineyards of Bourgogne, a viticultural treasure nestled in the heart of France, come to life from a unique angle in a short film produced by the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB). The film takes you on an exceptional journey, soaring over the picturesque landscapes that give life to some of the world’s most prestigious wines.


The flight over the Bourgogne vineyards begins from Mâcon, in the south of the region, and takes us through the different appellations and terroirs that make up this unique wine-growing region. From Mâconnais to Chablisien, passing through Côte Chalonnaise, Côte de Beaune, Côte de Nuits, Grand Auxerrois and Châtillonnais, each vineyard reveals its own distinct personality and charm.


Unique images from the sky capture the diversity of this vineyard, where each parcel of vines is carefully positioned to make the most of its exposure to the sun and its specific soil. Gentle hills and valleys reveal breathtaking landscapes, where vines are more than a crop, but an art of living.


Bourgogne, renowned for its prestigious red wines and refined white wines, owes its international recognition to the unique combination of terroir, climate and know-how of its winegrowers. Each region makes its own contribution to this mosaic of flavors, offering wines that are a pure expression of their place of origin.


This short film reminds us that Bourgogne is much more than just a wine-growing region; it is a cultural heritage that unites the land, the winemaker and the consumer in a shared passion for wine. An invitation to discover Bourgogne from the air, a journey through the sumptuous landscapes that give birth to some of the world’s most coveted wine bottles.


Watch the video below or on the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) YouTube channel.