Bourgogne (Burgundy) Real Estate

A gourmet’s delight, Bourgogne, France (Also known as Burgundy) boasts world-renowned wines, mustards from Dijon, blackcurrant liqueur, and rich, wine-enhanced cuisine. With most of the régions’ specialties made or served with red wine, Bourgogne is definitely for the wine enthusiast, being one of the top producing wine regions in France. These quality wines are produced in small quantities, and some of the most expensive and highly regarded wines in the world.

Bordered by Champagne to the north, Centre to the west, Auvergne and Rhône-Alpes to the south and Franche-Comte to the east, this central area is a hub for commerce, transportation and culture. Bourgogne, France is made up several smaller communities including Dijon, Le Creusot, Auxerre, Sens and Beaune. In its charming villages, glazed roof castles, and historic architecture, every day is celebrated with regional libations. All this makes for an attractive real estate market for international buyers looking for their dream vacation home in France.

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Bourgogne Homes

If you're in the market for a vacation home in France, Bourgogne real estate has plenty to offer. In particular the Côte d'Or department is receiving a lot of interest as there are existing expat communities in many of the towns and cities. In fact Burgundy homes are so popular, the market represents over 60% of all owner-owned properties in the entire country. Prices reflect the high-demand, and are above the national average. That being said, property values are only going up making any purchase in Burgundy a wise investment opportunity as a vacation rental or as a resale.

Burgandy Highlights

Departments: Nièvre, Côte d'Or, Saône-et-Loire, and Yonne

Capital: Dijon

Regional Specialties: Dijon mustard, Coq au Vin (rooster stew), Beef Bourguignon (stew with beef braised in red wine), Fondue Bourguignonne (fondue pot with hot oil to cook meat in), and Escargots de Bourgogne (snails).

Regional Wine: Red and White wines made from mainly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, although Gamay, Aligoté, Pinot Blanc, and Sauvignon Blanc grapes can also be found here.

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