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Medoc & St Emilion Day Tour

This tour is perfect to experience right and left bank wines. Saint-Emilion is the oldest wine area of the region. The medieval city, the vineyard are listed by the UNESCO as World Heritage. The Medoc and its famous Grands Crus Classes (Lafite, Latour, Margaux ...) is one of the most renown wine region in the world. Enjoy the best of both during one day.

Day wine tasting in Medoc and St Emilion
Day wine tour in Left bank and the right bank






Itinerary (Vineyard map)

- 9:00 am Pick up from your hotel (private vehicle & personal guide)

- Guided tour & wine tasting in a Medoc Grand Cru Classe 1855

- Sightseeing on the Chateau wine road (Lafite, Latour, Margaux, Palmer ...)

- Drive (1b5) to St Emilion for lunch in a local gourmet restaurant

- Visit of Saint Emilion medieval village

- Visit & wine tasting in a Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe

- 5:30/6:00pm Return to Bordeaux

Note : This tour includes approximatly 1b5 drive from Medoc to Saint Emilion.

Example of Chateaux (winery) usually visited
Lynch Bages, Pontet Canet, Pichon Longueville, Giscours, Du Tertre, Figeac, Canon, Beausejour Becot, Fonplegade ...


€ 490

- private tour
- personal guide
- visits & tasting
- for 2 persons
- all year round


Itinerary.pdf


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Price :
for 2 persons € 490
More than 2 persons? price dependant on your group size, ask us for a quote.

Inclusions :
Visit & tasting fees, exclusive private recent minivan A/C - personal guide - roundtrip transportation from your hotel in Bordeaux - fuel - insurance - taxes.

Extra charge :
Lunch & any personal expenses. Pick up or drop off outside of Bordeaux.

Language available : English spoken tour (with french accent)

Duration : 8-9h

Delay : Some Chateaux are very sought after or very exclusive. Your request has to be sent earlier the better.
Don’t hesitate to let us know in your request if you have any preference for specifc wineries but, visit to First Growth (Lafte, Latour, Margaux or Mouton) can not be guaranteed

Objective of this tour : To allow the wine lovers from all over the world to taste right and left bank wines and visit some of the Bordeaux most famous top estates. You will learn about the main Bordeaux appellations, blend variety, terroir, classification, AOC ...

Note : Visits are not private & only by special arrangement. Chateaux & schedule depend on availabilities. We can only confirm visited properties after your payment and a definitive itinerary will be sent to you before your arrival. Usually a tour with wine tasting takes around 1h/1h30 and they propose 2 wines from the estate. Chateaux & wineries are closed from 12am until 2pm.

The left bank (Medoc) is known for its famous wines : Margaux, Pauillac, Saint Julien, Saint Estephe and prestigious Chateaux : Margaux, Palmer, Latour, Mouton Rothschild ...

Grands Crus Classes 1855, Crus Bourgeois or "artisans" vintages, come and meet men and women who make these wines of exceptions.

A guided tour will make you discover terroir, appellation, vat room, ageing cellar and all the winemaking process from the grape to the glass. A commented wine tasting of different vintage will close the visits.

Medoc it is also forest, water, gastronomy and a wonderful architectural heritage testifying to its richness and past.

Bordered by wonderful residences and fields, discover the famous “Chateau wine road” which curves through all the Medoc like an open air museum.


unescoThe right bank (Saint-Emilion) the vineyard and the landscape are listed by the UNESCO as World Heritage. Just a handful of wonderful highlights are honoured by such a distinction.

The wine in St Emilion is a great tradition, and it was already well known during the Gallo-Roman period.

This appellation produces a tremendously wide range of wines, for the greater delight of wine lovers everywhere in the world and owes its amazing variety to the rich diversity of their terroirs.

Young wines have aromas of blackcurrant, raspberry, and blackberry, as well as vanilla and fresh toast. Older wines have a bouquet of leather or venison and generally have a better structure and more strength…  

Saint Emilion is close of other appelation as Lussac, Montagne or Pomerol.



We also offer private day tour to both region, check our Medoc wine tour and St Emilion wine tour pages.
Left & Right Bank
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