Sightseeing in France
w/ Private Driver-Guide

Wine Tasting Tour Bordeaux: Médoc to St Emilion

Visit the world-famous wine regions – taste the wine learn their secrets…! Wine Tasting Tour Bordeaux
 => Médoc => St Emilion ….  6 hours = €850.00 Euros 
For visits in other French & Basque wine regions please contact Christian.

MargauxThe Médoc region is North of the city of Bordeaux: where we find some of the most famous vineyards in the world: St Estephe, Pauillac; Margaux; St Julian.




East of Bordeaux is where you will find some of the oldest vines in France; around the lovely medieval fortified village of St. Emilion. Here you may also visit the famous monolithic church carved into the rock by the monk Émilion who the town is named after.


Cheese Store (SIF)Pastries! (SIF)France’s wine culture embraces France’s food culture in a daily celebration of gastronomy! Throughout the country there are hundreds of cheeses to choose from, and the desserts are divine! Each region boasts its own unique recipes – the Southwest has Duck Confit; Foie Gras; Jambon de Bayonne; Fresh Oysters from Arcachon; Sheep’s milk cheese from the Basque country; & truffles….


BurgundyFor the connoisseur, there are lovely vineyards to visit throughout most of France. You might prefer the Burgundy wines, or the Champagne region. Or maybe you’d rather go and sample some of the famous Rhone Valley wines : Chateauneuf-du-Pape is simply phenomenal… 13 Grape varieties; 8 for red wines and 5 for the whites. This is where the AOC label originated.


DSC02369Sancerre; Touraine; Chablis; Provence; Languedoc; Jurançon… all unique and remarkable. Each region in France  has its own special wines – and if you enjoy French cuisine – the best way to enjoy each region’s fine wine is to accompany your wine with fine regional dining! France’s chef’s are continually striving to be the inspiration – to be on the cutting edge of innovative and classic cuisine all over the world!


For more information, please  Contact Christian:  Private Driver-Guide for Sightseeing in France 

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