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Beaujolais & Burgundy Wine Tourism

Welcome to one of the most beautiful wine-growing regions in the world! Impressive church towers, undulating valleys, steep hillsides and old stone walls with their closely guarded secrets – so many unmissable sights… 1st stop :  the wineshop and historic cellars of Maison Jean Loron.

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Because to taste a wine is to seek emotion, “La Boutique” at Maison Jean Loron has been designed to let you choose your wine but also share it during a suspended moment, out of time. Beaujolais and Mâconnais Crus, Caveaux Reserves but also RIFT69, or even delicatessen products, you will inevitably find something to satisfy your taste buds in Pontanevaux.
Located at the Chapelle de Guinchay in the south of Burgundy, La Boutique is contiguous to a park with hundred-year-old trees and conceals an underground cellar decorated with oak barrels.

Our cellar is open  :
– from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 12:30 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm
– saturday : from 11am to 6pm.

Claire and Sophie are available to show you our wide range of white and red wines, with lots of valuable advice about tasting temperature and the perfect food and wine pairings. Feel free to contact us on +33 (0)3 85 36 81 20 and ask for Claire Fumet / email: boutique@loron.fr

"La Boutique" near Mâcon in France

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"La Boutique" near Mâcon in France

La Boutique is the wineshop of Maison Jean Loron, it’s in the town LA CHAPELLE DE GUINCHAY, not far from Mâcon.

A design and pleasant place

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A design and pleasant place

This place is also designed to celebrate the French Art de Vivre. Tastings, themed evenings, country meals … Follow all our news here: NEWS

Underground cellar

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Underground cellar

Visit our century-old cellars with its collection of rare Beaujolais and Mâconnais vintages, some wines dating back to 2002!
Discovery of its historic wine-presses. On request: +33(0)3 85 36 82 66

High place in the history of wine

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High place in the history of wine

High place of wine history in Beaujolais and Mâconnais, the wine teams have been there since the 1860s!

Exceptional vintages for sale

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Exceptional vintages for sale

The Boutique has a rare wine cellar in AOP from Beaujolais and Mâconnais.

Château Bellevue and
its guest Rooms

With its rural, vineyard setting skimming the peaks of the Monts du Beaujolais , the Château offers a haven of relaxation untouched by time. The Château staff will give you a warm welcome all year round and will ensure you have a comfortable stay. For private or business reception, we can reserve the Château for your exclusive use.

Find restaurants and hotels
that serve Maison Jean Loron wines

PARTNER RESTAURANTS AND
HOTELS

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PARTNER RESTAURANTS AND
HOTELS

L’Embarcadère par Georges Blanc
15 avenue de la Plage
01480 Jassans-Riottier
T. 0033 474 07 0707
Le Saint Laurent
Laurent Combas
1 quai Bouchacourt
71570 St Laurent sur Saône
T. 0033 385 392 919
saintlaurent@lespritblanc.com
restaurant.michelin.fr
Côte Saône
Bruno Maringue et Valérie Dorme
Le Port 01140 Thoissey
T. 0033 474 066 231
cotesaone@orange.fr
www.restaurantcotesaone.fr
Restaurant La Poularde
Franck et Sophie Grobon
La gare 71570 Pontanevaux
T. 0033 385 367 241
contact@la-poularde71.fr
www.la-poularde71.fr
Restaurant du Pont
M. et MME Verchere
01140 St Didier sur Chalaronne
T. 0033 474 040 890
restaurantdupont.stdidier@orange.fr
www.restaurantdupont.com
Le Café de la Gare
Régine Payen
2705 route de Davaye
71850 Charnay Les Macon
T. 0033 385 348 799
cafedelagare71@yahoo.fr
www.cafedelagare71.fr
Auberge du Paradis
1 étoile au Guide Michelin
Cyril Laugier
Le Platre Durand
71570 Saint-Amour Bellevue
T. 0033 385 371 026
info@aubergeduparadis.fr http://www.aubergeduparadis.fr/
Le Rouge et Le Blanc
Gil Donati
513 Route de Fleurie
71570 Romaneche Thorins
T. 0033 385 355 814
lesmaritonnes@lespritblanc.com
restaurant.michelin.fr
Joséphine à Table
Cyril Laugier
Le Platre Durand
71570 Saint-Amour Bellevue
T. 0033 385 371 026
info@josephineatable.fr
josephineatable.fr 
Chez La Rose
Christine et Alain Bleton
69840 Julienas
T. 0033 474 044 120
bertrand@alizer.net
www.chez-la-rose.fr
Restaurant La Maison Blanche
M. et Mme Renard
La Maison Blanche
RN6 71570 Romaneche Thorins
T. 0033 385 355 053
contact@hotel-lamaisonblanche.fr
www.hotel-lamaisonblanche.fr
L’Auberge du Cep
Aurélien et Camille Mérot
Place de l’Eglise
69820 Fleurie
T. 0033 385 355 053
auberge-du-cep@orange.fr
http://www.aubergeducep.com
Hôtel Château d’Igé
Guillaume MITHIEUX
252 rue du château
71960 Ige
T. 0033 385 333 399
contact@chateaudige.com
http://www.chateaudige.com/fr/

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE REGION

THE HISTORICAL CENTRE
OF BEAUJOLAIS

The historical capital of Beaujeu still retains important artefacts and heritage from the Lords of Beaujeu, who gave their name to the region.

Belleville-sur-Saône was built around the abbey founded in the 12th century and the 18th century hospital, which prided itself on its excellent apothecary.

Villefranche-sur-Saône, built in a strategic location in the Saône, became capital of Beaujolais in the 16th century. Its Notre Dame des Marais church owes its Gothic façade to the generosity of Anne de Beaujeu.

Beaujolais des Pierres Dorées in the south includes villages such as Oingt, Ternand and Theizé. The yellow stone so typical of the region has given it the nickname of “little Tuscany”.

Mâconnais and Clunisois

The pleasant and peaceful town of Mâcon with its riverside cafés is proud to be the birthplace of the 19th century romantic poet Alphonse de Lamartine. Everything here bears his memory.

The Rock of Solutré, a prehistoric hot spot.

Cluny and its Benedictine abbey, whose influence extended into France and Europe from the 10th to the 18th century.

Lyon

Lyon: this former Gallo-Roman capital with 2,000 years of history and UNESCO world heritage listing has a Renaissance district rich with traboules. The wonderful combination of its silk trade history and culinary traditions makes it a must-see destination.

Historical Burgundy

Historical Burgundy: Dijon and Beaune, two cities steeped in a glorious past – the golden age of the Duchy of Burgundy.