2-DAY BORDEAUX WINE TOUR | Médoc, Pomerol & St. Émilion wines

Apart from its incredible beauty, the Aquitaine region has been immortalized as the heart of some of the best wine-making in France. The weather, the soil, the grapes, the harvesting method, and the expertise of Bordeaux winemakers have produced unique wines with an exceptional international recognition all over the world, from the United States to Chile, from South Africa to Israel, and as far as Australia and New Zealand.

  • Available Monday to Sunday in English and French, other languages on demand.
  • 2 to 6 people max.
  • Starting and ending at BORDEAUX TRAIN STATION (or other)
  • Includes pick-up
  • Tour unavailable during harvest (depends on each Chateaux)

INCLUDES:

2-day tour in a deluxe air-conditioned mini-bus with a guide/driver specialist in BORDEAUX wines

DAY 1: LEFT BANK: MÉDOC WINES

We visit the following Chateaux:

CHATEAU MARGAUX at MARGAUX listed as a 1st ‘GRAND CRU’ since 1855 Visit of the vineyards, wine cellars and wine tasting are included

CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON at PAUILLAC – listed as a 2nd ‘GRAND CRU’ since 1855. Visit of the vineyards, wine cellars and wine tasting are included

CHATEAU LEOVILLE POYFERRE at SAINT JULIEN – listed as a 2nd ‘GRAND CRU’ since 1855. Visit of the vineyards, wine cellars and wine tasting are included

DAY 2: RIGHT BANK:  POMEROL AND ST. EMILION WINES

We visit the following Chateaux

CHATEAU PETIT VILLAGE at POMEROL Vineyards, wine cellars and wine tasting are included

CHATEAU BEAUSEJOUR DUFFAU HERITIER LAGARROSSE – listed as a 1st ‘GRAND CRU’ in SAINT EMILION – noted 3 times 100 points by ROBERT PARKER (International Wine CRITIC) – wine tasting of several wines of the area

Discovery of the Monolithic underground monuments of St Emilion

End of the day return to starting point

Prices are in Euros (€) as follows:

  • 2-3 People – 816€
  • 4-5 People – 516€
  • 6 People – 420€

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Lunches
  • Accommodations in Bordeaux (Upon request)
  • Train tickets to Bordeaux (Upon request)

COMMENTS

  • In order to drink wine, you must be over 18 years old
  • Excessive drinking of alcohol is dangerous for your health
  • Châteaux in Bordeaux are open to public on booking only. This program can change depending on the availability of the Châteaux and during harvest season.”