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La Moutarderie Fallot

Beaune, France
About La Moutarderie Fallot
The last Mustard Mill in Burgundy , independant burgundian family business since 1840 , just a few steps away from the Hospices de Beaune ! Guided Tours by reservation there directly or through the website
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Enjoy a wine-fuelled introduction to historic Beaune, Burgundy’s picturesque wine capital on this 5-hour afternoon tour. Discover the rich winemaking heritage of the Côte d'Or as you sample up to seven fine red and white wines, including prestigious Premier or Grand Cru varieties and the region’s famous Pinot Noirs. Then, make the most of your free time to visit the Hospices de Beaune (extra cost), taste mustards at la Moutarderie Fallot (extra cost), or stroll around the shops and cafés of the Old Town.
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Brewermann wrote a review Oct 1
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg144 contributions68 helpful votes
Mustard, mustard, mustard! Great tour explaining this history and significance of this in the local region. Great stop in Beaune.
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Date of experience: September 2021
Bruce wrote a review Aug 2020
6 contributions3 helpful votes
Went in the middle of the day, not that many people in the shop. You have to stand on your head to have them help you with the samples or come and serve you. I, and many others have noted, always seem to have time for the French visitors. If you are in Beaune clearly there are many more things better worth your time. An important note, ALL reviews seem to be better in the past, 2018 or earlier. France makes some very good mustards, no need to come here. Most importantly, taste all you want but buy in a local grocery store where almost all the products sold here are closer to half price. Needless to say I don't like how they treat English speaking guests here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Response from MissMoutarde, Responsable relations clients at La Moutarderie Fallot
Responded Aug 12, 2020
Dear Sir , We welcome every day that summer between 200 and 250 people per day so you probably came on one of the only quiet moment .... We do our best to welcome every clients , wir sprechen deutsch , we speak english .... But anyway .... we'll try to do better Best regards La TEAM FALLOT
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art deco wrote a review Aug 2020
Budapest, Hungary11 contributions6 helpful votes
There are two tours, both are in france. Aldough you don't speake france, yo can go in only with the france group. I paid 18 euro for the tours and I coudn't understood any words. Fortunataly I read a lot about the story of the factory before I came here. I came here to see how the fanufacture works and make my own mustarde. Non of them was succeded. We could see only from video, how they do the mustard and at the workshop we got some mustard seed and some vinegard and we mixed it. It took five minutes from the tour. Prestidigitation! France tradition of mustard is over!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Griso_man wrote a review Aug 2020
Rottweil, Germany976 contributions151 helpful votes
Worth a stop, free car park opposite, walk into town. Good photo opportunity with vintage van. Bought a few samples..if you like mustard..treat yourself.
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Date of experience: July 2020
2 Helpful votes
Paul C wrote a review Jan 2020
Perth, Australia213 contributions127 helpful votes
We had noticed the Mustard store and factory just outside the walls of Beaune and near where we had free parking. You can enter the shop at the front and buy the produce of purchase tickets and see the whole process from start to finish, and even have a go at grinding some seed. The Tour guide spoke several languages and depending on numbers the place offered straight English or several languages.Much of the original machinery is still on show, so can get a grasp on how little some parts have changed while others reflect new rules. The guide was very knowledgeable and could explain the process in simple and understood manner. Outside the buildings we were able to see some of the old stones that had been used for seed grinding. Great afternoon
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Date of experience: May 2019