Beze, small village of the Cote d’Or department, gives its name to one of the “grands crus” of Burgundy; the “clos de Beze” from Gevrey-Chambertin.


In the centre of the village is a spring, whose strong flow makes it the second biggest in France. The subterranean river that flows through the nearby grottoes can be visited by boat during the summer months.

Also during the summer, at the August fair, Beze crowns the “Gherkin King” (“le roi des Cornichons”) and the “Sausage Queen” (“la reine des Andouilles”)!

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