We will be staying near La Clayette, for the next two months or so. We would like to take in as many sights as possible, including small towns, maybe not in the guides, but with something to offer. Individual wineries, also would be a help, as we don't really like tasting at the cooperatives. I am assuming we have to make appointments, as our tour through Beaujolais yesterday, we found all the vignerons advertising as open, were closed. Our preferred wines are Pouilly Fuisse, Rully, Vosne Romanee, if that helps.
Towns to visit in Southern Burgundy
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