As every other villages of Côte, Corgoloin has been occupied in roman period and some remains still exist (arms, money, statues…). In Moux hamlet, foundations of a roman house dating from the 2nd century and a stele « the god with birds » has been found and are now protected in the Archeologic Museum of Dijon. Crows, sacred animals, on each shoulder, seams to speak to God who leant against a vine stock, proof of presence of vine culture in this period.
The village has been under the protection of several lords as castle of Argilly, or Prince of Conti.
In the village, we can admire some nice manors in hamlets of Cussigny, Moux, La Chaume.