It’s said that Burgundy’s first vines were planted here in the 1st century BC. As a consequence of such a long history of viticulture, it’s hardly surprising that Gevrey-Chambertin is one of Burgundy’s most prestigious vineyards. Known the world over thanks in particular to Claude Jobert de Chambertin, Louis XV’s squire and secretary, who helped to develop the wine trade, the vineyard produces no fewer than nine of the region’s Grands Crus. The last time the Tour passed through the municipality was in 2017. On this occasion, Gevrey-Chambertin will achieve a new dimension by hosting the finish of this seventh stage. First-time stage town

  • Town in the department of Côte-d’Or (21)
  • Population: 3,200 (Gibriaçois), 536,000 in Côte-d’Or

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