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Full-Day Small-Group Guided Wine Tour from Bordeaux with Lunch

  • Full-day tour of Bordeaux wine region from Bordeaux
  • Journey into the vine-covered hills and visit three wine estates
  • Tour and tastings at a Grand Cru Classé winery in the Graves district
Full-Day Small-Group Guided Wine Tour from Bordeaux with Lunch
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Full-Day Small-Group Guided Wine Tour from Bordeaux with Lunch
Devote a day to the wines and traditions of one of France’s most celebrated wine regions on this full-day small-group tour from Bordeaux. Traveling by air-conditioned minivan, criss-cross Bordeaux’s vineyard-covered hills and visit three wineries — a Grand Cru Classé estate in Graves, and two family-run estates in Loupiac or Cerons and Saint-Emilion or Pomerol. Plus, enjoy a walking tour of medieval Saint-Emilion village. Wine tastings, picnic lunch, and glass of crémant included.
What to Expect
Meet in central Bordeaux in the morning and head out with your guide. Start off the tour with a visit and tasting at a Grand Cru Classé winery in the Graves region, and enjoy a variety of their red and dry white wines.

Next stop is a family-owned wine estate in Loupiac or Cérons wine appellation region. Discover the estate’s sweet white wines whilst indulging in a traditional French picnic alongside the vines (included in price).

Afterward, depart for the Saint-Emilion vineyards via the sumptuous landscapes of Entre-Deux-Mers, considered to be Bordeaux’s ‘little Tuscany’. After, follow your guide through the charming streets of the medieval village of Saint Emilion, a UNESCO classified World Heritage Site.

Don’t forget to have a glass of crémant, the local sparkling wine. Enjoy one last tasting at an authentic family-owned wine estate in Saint-Emilion, where you’ll be welcomed by one of the owners.

Unfortunately all good things must come to an end, but you shall return in comfort to your starting point in central Bordeaux to conclude your tour feeling fully satisfied with your taste of the French lifestyle.
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Reviewed today
A wonderful day

Camille was a fantastic guide to take us on our tour of three chateaux, she was wise, knowledgable and fun, bringing lots of insights to the world of wine. Good choices of wine houses too, with a lovely lunch in the garden of Chateau de...More

Thank DickUK
Reviewed today
Memorable experience

Our party of four thoroughly enjoyed a full day private tour of 3 chateaux including a picnic lunch in the garden of the second chateau and a visit to St Emillion for a refreshing glass of cremant and a walk through the city. Our guide,...More

Thank G0Aussie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Exceeded our expectations!

We had a great Full Day Small-Group Wine Tour from Bordeaux with lunch. There were only 8 people and our tour guide, Yan. We left the tourist information center at 9 a.m. and returned at 6 p.m. Yan was an excellent tour guide, a good...More

Thank Loveit99
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A great day!

Thankyou for a wonderful tour of the Bordeaux wine region. We went to a great selection of chateaus and tried a delicious variety of wines. Our group leader (Jonathon) was very informative and made the day a great one. Will certainly recommend to friends and...More

Thank travellingnomad92
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
The BEST day tour we could have hoped for!

The small group full day tour with Jonathan was the most beautiful, personalized, and fun day we had on our France vacation. We were in a small group of 7 individuals (3 groups) that were friendly and fun to spend the full day with! We...More

Thank Shannon D
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Roni W
15 August 2018|
Response from DevinaDivecha | Reviewed this property |
About an hour or so if memory serves me well - which was then followed by a vineyard in the area.