France's Côte-d'Or: A wine lover's paradise in a world heritage site
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Listed as a World Heritage Site since 2015, the vineyards of the Côte-d'Or, in France’s eastern Burgundy region, are the combined work of man and nature. On this narrow strip of land that stretches for 50 kilometres, a total of 1,247 plots give rise to just as many different wines, which are internationally renowned. "You Are Here" takes you to discover a region that enchants wine lovers worldwide.