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Bordeaux Winery Tours

A complete discovery of the Bordeaux wine region, 3 full days of wine tour all over the famous Bordeaux vineyards including visits & wine tasting in Margaux, Pauillac, St Emilion, Sauternes ...

This tour is an educational and fun way to discover the Medoc, St Emilion & Sauternes, drink fine wines, eat great food and visit famous Chateaux Grands Crus Classes as well as smaller familiy owned vineyards. You will learn the Bordeaux blend at the wine school and enjoy local gastronomy in our selection of gourmet restaurants and will experience one night in a chateau located in the vineyard. The Chateaux visited are all very different, giving you the opportunity to taste many varieties of fine wines based on terroir and individual winemaking process. Our guides are all Bordeaux insiders, they will teach you about Bordeaux wines and will surprise you with unexpected discoveries.

Bordeaux 4 days winery tour
4 days winery tours in Bordeaux


(Vineyard map)

Day 1: Arrival Day

Check-in & overnight hotel in Bordeaux

Day 2: Medoc, Margaux & Pauillac (Left bank / Cabernet)

The most prestigious Grand Cru Classe 1855 are located in the Medoc, visit and taste in some of them. You could also learn about the great Bordeaux wines at the wine school & blend your own wine.

Pick-up from fom your hotel (private minivan & personal guide)
Visit & upgrated wine tasting* Grand Cru Classe 1855
Bordeaux wine school session
Lunch in a traditional brasserie (included)
Sightseeing on the Chateau wine road (Lafite, Latour, Margaux ...)
Visit & upgrated wine tasting* in a Grand Cru Classe 1855
Overnight at your hotel

Day 3: Pessac Leognan & Sauternes (White & Sweet)

The Graves area produce red & white wines and offers to wine lovers a various choice of very harmonious wines. Reds are powerful and full-bodied, the dry whites elegant and delicate, the sweet whites opulent and luscious.

Pick-up from fom your hotel
Guided tour & wine tasting in a Chateau of Pessac Leognan
Lunch in a local gourmet restaurant (included)
Wine tasting in a Chateau Grand Cru Classe of Sauternes
Overnight at your hotel

Day 4: St Emilion & Pomerol (Right bank / Merlot)

Saint-Emilion is one of the oldest wine area of the Bordeaux region. The medieval city and the vineyard are listed by the UNESCO as World Heritage site. Pomerol & St Emilion wines are mostly blended with Merlot.

Pick-up from fom your hotel
Guided tour & wine tasting in a St Emilion Grand Cru Classe
Lunch in a Chef restaurant (included)
Free time for personal discovery of the village
Guided tour & wine tasting in a Chateau Grand Cru
Visit & commented wine tasting in a small family own vineyard
Overnight in a chateau

Gastronomic dinner at the chateau

Day 5: Departure Day

Check-out and transfert back to Bordeaux (train station / airport)

1 995

- 4 nights
- 3 lunches
- 1 dinner
- Wine school
- private tour
- personal guide
- visits & tasting


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*Upgrated tasting

(included) wine blending class

The regular visit & tasting includes usually 2-3 wines.To give you a chance to taste and experience more wines and top vintages, your tasting will be upgraded with either old vintages, vertical tasting or barrel tasting.

Option 1 Grand Tasting in St Emilion (€ 15 pp)

wine tasting in a wine shop

Upon request, we can organize a visit to a Premier Grand Cru Classe followed by a private tasting at a local wine shop in Saint Emilion. Leaded by a Bordeaux wines specialist, this "Grand Tasting" will give you the opportunity to learn more and travel over the Bordeaux vineyards, taste and discover a selection of unknown good-value "Petits Chateaux" as well as famous Grands Crus Classes . Easy shipping all over the world.

Option 2 Mouton Rothschild (€ 250 pp)

Chateau Mouton Rothschild, visit and tasting

This 1st Growth offers a small group tour of their facilities, a historical part of the family, the domaine and of course finishing with a tasting of their tow wines Le Petit Mouton and Chateau Mouton Rothschild (closed on week-end).

Option 3 First Class A Chateau Pavie or Figeac (€ 60 pp)

visit at the first Class A Chateau Pavie in St Emilion

An unique opportunity to get access to one of the top First Growth Class A in St Emilion. Chateau Pavie and Figeac welcome visitors on request only. Experience its renovated cellar and facilities and taste one vintage at the end of the visit (closed on week-end).

Option 4 Chateau d'Yquem (€ 84 pp)

Visit and wine tasting at Chateau d'yquem

The legendary Chateau d'Yquem classified as a Premier Grand Cru Superieur in 1855 welcome you in a luxury ambiance. Visit the Chateau, learn about the Terroir and then finish with a wine tasting of this fabulous Sauternes.

Example of Chateaux (winery) usually visited

All our tours are differents and an unique experience to taste fine & rare wines.
Lynch Bages, Pichon Baron, Beychevelle, Leoville Poyferre, Giscours, Palmer, Beausejour, Canon la Gaffeliere, Figeac, Clinet, Pape Clement, Suduiraut, Yquem and many others ...

For each of our tours and packages there is a detailed section showing what is included or not included. With

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Price list per person for the whole tour : Based on double occupancy*
Hotel category 3*** 4**** Deluxe
Price per person € 1 995 € 2 115 € 2 490

Hotel Category 3*** -> € 1 995 per person
Hotel Category 4**** -> € 2 115 per person
Hotel Category Deluxe -> € 2 490 per person

Inclusions :
3 days exclusve private minivan A/C transportation - 1 transfert back to Bordeaux - personal guide - 3 lunches - 1 dinner - 3 nights accommodation in Bordeaux - 1 night in a chateau vineyard - 3 breakfasts - visits & wine tasting - wine school - Wifi access- insurance - taxes.

Extra charge :
Drinks, option & any personal expenses or service not mentioned in the above itinerary.

Accommmodation :
Accommodation have been selected on quality, services & strict standards of comfort.

Language available : English spoken tour (with french accent)

Visits are not private & only by special arrangement. Chateaux visited & schedule depend on availabilities but most of them are members of "Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux" which is a mark of quality. 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 different 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.

The 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 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…  


King of the white syrupy wines, Sauternes is a natural sweet wine.
Of a major yellow colour, we can find honey flavours, orange or white flowers. Getting old, it becomes sweetier and then takes a more spiced taste, like gingerbread.

It goes perfectly with the "foie gras", sweeted-salted dishes and nut-tasted cheeses or Roquefort.
The secret of this wine so particular is due to the geographical situation of its wines, set up in a small valley crossed by a river (Ciron), which makes the climatic condition so particular to growth the grapes to an extreme maturity.

Back to our selection of Bordeaux wine tours packages. You could also be interested in our 2 days tour in Medoc and Saint Emilion.