When we hear the name Bourgogne we soon think of 'a Burgundian meal'. Well, you will certainly not be disappointed in this region. Gastronomically, this is one of the richest provinces of France. In many restaurants, of course, the Coq au Vin and the Boeuf Bourguignon are served, which dishes are both pretty much born here. But if you ask for it, you will also get to taste the 'secret' specialties. A lesser-known starter is the 'Jambon Persillé' - ham and parsley in white wine jelly.About the accompanying glass of wine ... well, you have to discover for yourself how beautiful the many red and white Burgundies are. Some of the best wines in the world come from here.A trip along the various vineyards and wineries is highly recommended. Special routes have been set out, which - apart from the wine - are worthwhile in themselves.