This overview, offered by Customaps, shows a country road leading through Côte-d'Or, one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on 4 March 1790. This colored region has been known as a jewel of French gastronomy for years and the department belongs to the current region of Bourgogne (beef bourguignon, snails etc.).
A chain of hills called the Plateau de Langres (Langres cheese) runs through it from north-east to south-west and to the north of Dijon (mustard) and continues south-westwards as the Côte d'Or escarpment. It is the south-east facing slope of this escarpment that holds the site of the famous Burgundy vineyards (Pinot noir and Chardonnay). To the west of the Plateau de Langres, towards Champagne (sparkling wine), lies the densely wooded district of Châtillonais.
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