L'Impressionniste

The 12 passenger L'Impressionniste began life as a cargo barge in Holland before undergoing a complete transformation into the powerful canal and river cruiser she is today. L'Impressionniste cruise route covers some fine rural cruising, with plenty of opportunity to cycle and stroll along the tow-path and wander into nearby villages.

 

Cuisine on board L'Impressionniste is French. All meals are composed of fresh ingredients and typically feature a different selection of regional cheeses and wines daily. Non-alcoholic beverages, regular or decaffeinated tea & coffee, and whole or low-fat milk are offered with all meals.

There are no assigned seats for meals in the dining room and dress is casual. The Captain's Dinner on the last night of the cruise requires slightly formal attire.

Regional specialties
Filet d'Agneau Au Basilic, Magret De Canard, Poulet A L'Estragon

Wine cellar
Chablis,Vosne Romanée, Domaine Laroche, Nuit St -Georges, Epineuil

Cheese board
Aisy Cendré, Bouton De Culotte, Epoisses, Ami Du Chambertin

SPECIAL FOOD REQUIREMENTS:

Special food requirements (such as vegetarian or allergies) are catered to if requested in advance (if possible, please specify requirements at least 8 weeks prior to departure).

 

L'Impressionniste Food & Wine
At A Glance

Burgundy
  •  Up to 12 passengers, Classic & Traditional

  • From USD$5,150 per person

  • Region: Burgundy Region

  • Access: Paris TGV Station / Airport

  • Start City: Fleurey-sur-Ouche

  • End City: Escommes

  • Cruise Highlights: Visit Dijon – the capital of Burgundy – and the wine center of Beaune, Visit Clos de Vougeot, home of the Chevaliers du Tastevin, Tour and tasting at Bouchard Pere et Fils winery and lunch in its chateau orangery restaurant, Visit to medieval Châteauneuf-en-Auxois.

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