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The Hundred Years’ War was ending and Burgundy was reeling from plague.
Whether bestowed with a star or not, I did not have a bad meal in Beaune.
Perhaps it’s the outstanding bottles that initially bring people to Beaune, but there’s much more to this town of about 25,000.
Even if you’re a serious connoisseur of , there are plenty of things to do in Beaune other than the wine.
Visit the Great Hall, otherwise known as the Hall of the Poor, where the destitute slept head-to-toe, two to a bed.
Don’t miss the altarpiece created in 1451 by Belgian painter, Rogier van der Weyden.