Practical information

Saint-Vincent Tournante

Corpeau, Puligny-Montrachet, Blagny

We tell all… or almost…

 

KITS AND TASTING

Can I come to the St-Vincent Tournante without tasting?

Yes, anyone can come to the Saint-Vincent and enjoy the activities, the decorations and the festivities that our volunteers have been preparing for three years.

What will I need to taste the wine?

A tasting kit is available for 20 € by clicking on the “Buy and Reserve” button at the top of the page on our website. You may pick from a list of suppliers where to pick up your kit before the event, or you may pick up your reserved kit the day of the event at any entry point. The kits are also available for sale at the points of entry.

Do I have to buy a new kit each day?

No, the tasting kit is good for both Saturday and Sunday (limited to your six tasting tickets).

What is in the tasting kit?

Each kit consists of:

  • One official Saint-Vincent wineglass (Absolu 36 by Lehman glass)
  • A wineglass carrier
  • A map of the event
  • A 50-cl bottle of water
  • Six tasting tickets

 

What do my six tasting tickets give me?

Six different wines will be proposed for tasting in the 13 wine cellars found throughout the three event sites of Puligny-Montrachet, Corpeau and Blagny. You will be able to taste:

  • Burgundy Côte d’Or White 2018
  • Burgundy Côte d’Or Red 2018
  • Puligny-Montrachet 2017
  • Puligny-Montrachet 2018
  • Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru 2018
  • Mystery vintage

 

What is the mystery vintage?

We’re not going to tell all quite so soon! Rendez-vous on the 29th and 30th of January to find out!

What have you planned for young people during the event?

Children will be able to join the festivities as well with the help of the Ecol’eau Kit* (also on sale on our website). This will allow them, at the three childrens’ cellars, to enjoy a soft or warm drink.

* Ecole = School

 

ACCESS POINTS

How will traffic be organized around the area?

There will be a parking area in Meursault and another one in Chagny. Shuttles will travel between these areas and the event zone of Puligny-Montrachet, Corpeau and Blagny.

Will I have free access to the entire village by foot?

Most access to the area will be closed to all traffic even on foot. All attendees will have to pass through PIF’s (Identification and Search Points) where security agents may ask for ID and conduct searches.

A map will be available soon.

Where may I park to have access to the event?

Parking areas will be made available. Parking outside designated areas is not allowed.

Will there be shuttles?

There will be shuttles between the parking areas and the village sites.

 

At the Festival

Will I need a PassSanitaire / QR code to access the event?

It it not yet known whether the PassSanitaire / QR code will be needed but any health measures in effect at the time will be strictly observed.

Will it be possible to find places to eat onsite?

Yes, more than 40 local restaurateurs will be present throughout the event area offering food to go. You will most certainly find whatever you’re looking for!

Will there be a cash machine somewhere in the event area?

No, no cash machine will be available.

What are the limits of the event area?

A map of the villages of Puligny-Montrachet, Corpeau and Blagny will be available soon!

Bonne Saint-Vincente Tournante!

If we have not answered your questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us: saintvincent2021@gmail.com

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