Terroirs are what makes Burgundy wines different from one parcel to another.
The pace is slower and what could be more slow travel than climbing aboard a hot air balloon for 60 to 90 minutes and take in the view of the vineyards a few hundred feet below.
Thanks to Air Escargot, you can now discover Burgundy at a snail pace, up in the air, and leave the noise behind.
Bookings are available mostly from April through October.
Air Escargot is one of the Vignobles et Decouvertes attractions listed by Cote d'Or Tourisme (the local tourist office).
Vignobles et Decouvertes label is the official French oenotourism label.
(* Hot air balloon image from Air Escargot site, list of Vignobles et Decouvertes attractions in Cote d'Or is in French only)