Cité du Vin centres due to open in Burgundy in 2020 and 2021

Jeudi 30 novembre 2017 par Vitisphere

Cité du Vin centres due to open in Burgundy in 2020 and 2021
- crédit photo : cite-vins-bourgogne.fr

 “The countdown has started”, announced the Burgundy wine marketing board BIVB in a press statement, referring to the future Burgundy Cité du Vin centres. The project can be tracked, stage by stage, on a dedicated website. Viewers will need to be patient though as the more ambitious of the two projects, the Beaune centre, is not due to open until 2021. The Chablis and Mâcon complexes will open a year earlier, in summer 2020.

The framework agreement between the various stakeholders, which is the next stage of the project, is due to be signed on December 19, 2017, announced Louis-Fabrice Latour at the Hospices de Beaune press conference. 

Call for tenders early in 2018

The final financing plan will then be adopted. As a reminder, the provisional investment has been estimated at 16.6 million euros excluding VAT for the three sites, including 10.5 million for the Beaune centre.

The following stage, which should occur at the beginning of 2018, will involve the tender and competitions designed to choose the architects and designers for the three sites. For the Beaune centre, which will be created from scratch, project management assistance has been selected by the town and the BIVB. Here’s hoping they don’t get sucked into the same quagmire as their Rhone Valley counterparts…

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