Château des Barrigards is conveniently located in the heart of Burgundy between Beaune, renowned for its wineries, and Dijon, the administrative capital of Burgundy. It stands half a mile from the “Route des Grands Crus,” along which all the most famous wineries, such as Romanée-Conti, Clos de Vougeot etc., have been established. Besides being known for its famous and most expensive wines in the world, Burgundy has, along with its long history, a selection of major medieval churches, castles, and buildings, which attract more than two million tourists from all over the world each year. Burgundy’s wine is appreciated by a spectrum of people, ranging from the casual wine consumer to the sophisticated, wealthy, wine collector.

The property consists of the Château, which was stone-built at the beginning of the past century on 10 acres of cultural meadows and vineyards. It, as well as the private garden, has recently been entirely renovated. In addition, attached to the Château is a winery, producing Côte de Nuits Village, Pinot Noir, and Aligoté wine.

It is located approximately 2km (1.4 miles) from Beaune, 150 km (90miles) from Lyon International Airport, and 300km (225 miles) from Paris. It is less than 2km (1.5 miles) from the Paris-Lyon-Marseilles Highway (Exit 24 Savigny-les-Beaunes).

Trains and TGV trains (bullet train) stations are in Beaune, Chalon-sur-Saône (30km or 19 miles) and Dijon (40 km or 25miles). Taxis and all major car rentals are available at the stations as well.