The former wine-growing estate of La Vierge Romaine, which dates back to the 17th century, lies nestled amidst the vineyards of the border between the Côte-d'Or and Saône-et-Loire Départements, two minutes away from the Canal du Centre. Its name derives from a Roman legend. It is well-known that Burgundy is where the battles between the Romans and Gauls were fought. The estate consists of two houses and a dovecote surrounding an enclosed, rectangular inner courtyard. The estate is at the end of the Impasse des Vergers cul-de-sac, and features a private parking space.
The dovecote (Pigeonnier) and an impressive domed cellar are the characteristic features of this romantic estate, and bear witness to its long history.
The garden borders onto our little vineyard. Whether lying on a recliner and enjoying the sun or picnicking in the shade of the old lime tree, you can enjoy the total peace and quiet which nature provides here. We have designed the garden, patios and inner courtyard in such a way that there are spaces for relaxation and for socialising. La Vierge Romaine is the starting point for beautiful walks, e.g. to the plateau above the house, which provides views of the Côte-d'Or's vineyards.