Consisting of Burgundy and Franche-Comté, this region offers prestigious vineyards, historic towns and preserved landscapes. The world-renowned vineyards of Burgundy not only produce some of the most exquisite wines in the world, but also provide a beautiful backdrop for your wedding. However, despite this high status as one of the world’s most recognised wine regions, Burgundy represents just three percent of the vines planted in France. Be sure to visit the wine capital, Beaune. This walled town of art and history retains features from the pre-Roman and Roman eras through to medieval and renaissance periods. For preserved scenery and quaint villages, discover the former administrative region of Franche-Comté. The largely rural landscape is characterised by gentle mountains and agricultural valleys and is also home to two national parks. As Franche-Comté is on the border of Switzerland, it shares much of its architecture, cuisine and culture with its neighbouring country.