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How to get there?

A practical guide can be found here Access to Car Parks from the North: From Paris : A6 exit n°20 - Chablis Follow sign posts for Auxerre via the N 65 then take the D 606 direction Avallon.  Turn left onto the D956 direction Noyers. D 956. Exiting the village of Saint-Bris-le-Vineux follow sign posts to 'Parking Nord'. Access to...

Hommage to the 65 wine producers of the 1930’s & 40’s

For this special occasion we wanted to stay true to the spirit of the village and its passion for wine making. Often this passion and determination to carry on the long tradition and preservation of a wine with such a unique character meant enduring hardships and no more so than the wine makers of Irancy during...

WIne tasting in the cellars

Wine tasting in the cellars

35 Producers will be presenting their wines in the 11 tasting areas. Over 130 Irancy wines from 6 vintages will be available for tasting from 10:00am to 5:00pm on both days of the festival. 14 restaurant points of sale will be dotted around the village selling all sorts of tempting brugundian classics....

Confréries de Bourgogne: Procession

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The Burgundy Brotherhood of Wine tasting

This is the traditional start to the festival of Saint-Vincent. Just before dawn on Saturday the 30th of January 2016 almost 80 groups from the wine producers from across Burgundy will collect outside the village of Irancy at a place known as the 'Post'. Each 'confrérie" will carry its...

Saint Vincent Wines

In Irancy we are a little stubborn but with the best of intentions and so we make no apologies! At all of our previous events we have always held to the principal that an appellation can only be fully appreciated by the diversity of the production of each and every wine producer present. The Saint Vincent...