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Bordeaux, France
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Discover the subterranean cellars and winemaking secrets of the Bordeaux wine region on a half-day tour from Bordeaux. Admire sweeping vistas of the picturesque countryside as you travel by air-conditioned coach to prestigious wineries in the appellations of either Saint-Emillion or Mèdoc. Descend into the ancient cellars and see oak barrels of refined wines before marveling at expansive sprawls of vineyards. Pamper your palate with delicious samples of wine and gain fascinating insight into the wines’ delicate flavors and meticulous manufacture.
  • Discover Bordeaux's winemaking history and heritage with your guide
  • Explore winemaking territories such as Médoc, Saint-Emillion, and Sauternes
  • Tour the cellars and stroll through the vineyards of some of Bordeaux’s age-old wineries
  • Taste the wines for yourself and gain an insight into their delicate flavors
  • Travel by air-conditioned coach
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Wine tasting (volume according French regulations)
Professional guide (who will be speaking both French and English during the tour)
Air-conditioned vehicle
Entrance fee to the monolithic church of Saint-Emilion
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop off
Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de Bordeaux Métropole , 12 Cr du 30 Juillet, 33000 Bordeaux, France

Please be present at 1.15pm. Departure of the tour at 1.30pm, return 6.30pm.--- Minors under 18 are not accepted on this tour. --- Until 5. June: wine region visited: Saint-Emilion on Saturday--- From 11. June: Medoc on Saturday --- Graves & Sauternais on Wednesdays --- Saint-Emilion on Sundays ---

1:30 PM
This activity will end right where it started.
After pickup from a centrally located spot, escape the metropolitan bustle of Bordeaux and travel to lands of verdant vineyards in an air-conditioned coach. Marvel as the views from your coach transform from city sprawl to a spellbinding natural tableau of rolling hills and beautiful vineyards, and listen as your guide offers fascinating insight into the rich geological and historical heritage of the winemaking region, which dates back to the 8th century.

Depending on the day of your tour, visit two different wineries and vineyards unless touring St-Emilion. See the picturesque territories of each region and delve into the underground cellars of the wineries to taste refined samples produced on the property.

The return to your vehicle and relax during the journey back to central Bordeaux.
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Guided visit of Saint-Emilion village and its amazing underground church followed by of a wine château and a tasting of 2 wines from the estate in May on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 June on Sundays The entrance fee for the underground monuments is included
Duration: 4 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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From 11 June on Saturdays excursion in the Medoc with a visit to 2 properties of different type (family, grand cru classé, cru bourgeois) and tasting of 2 wines at each château (the cellars, the vat room, the stages of wine making, how to taste, the grape varieties, the aromas and any question related to wine). ---- The partner châteaux are different on each date depending on their availability. They are located throughout the Médoc and we try to go to 2 different appellations.---- Visiting and tasting rights are included.
Duration: 4 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
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On Wednesdays you will vist 2 wineries South of Bordeaux, one in Sauternes and one in the Graves wine region and taste all the colors of the wine. Be aware that the quantity of wine for the tasting is limited by the French law. The visit at each chateau lasts around 1 hour at each place. The chateaux are changing every week and depends on their availibility. On the way the guide will give you lots of usefull information.
Duration: 4 hours 
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • This tour is open to adults over 18 only
  • Please note the tour is conducted in English and French at the same time
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • This tour is made to give a good overview of the Bordeaux vineyards
  • A minimum of 10 people is required to confirm the tour; in case minimum numbers are not reached we will offer to reschedule or refund
  • Please book at least 24h in advance as the tour is very successfull
  • In May Saint-Emilion (Saturday and Sundays)
  • From 11. June: Saturday: Medoc ---- Sunday: Saint-Emilion
  • Medoc : 2 wineries and wine tasting (Saturdays)
  • Saint-Emilion: one chateau + 2 wine tasting + the village and its monolitic church (Sundays)
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Graves & Sauternes : 2 wineries and wine tasting (Wednesdays)
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers
  • OPERATED BY OT Bordeaux
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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What is the policy on sanitization during Bordeaux Vineyards Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip?
A:The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
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What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Bordeaux Vineyards Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip?
A:The policy on staff health & safety is:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
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Not a wine tasting tour.
, May 2022
This tour is definitely NOT what you think. By all means if you’re not into wine but want to visit a nice town and walk around a winery learning about the process then go for it. Anyone else, I do not recommend this tour at all for reasons I will explain. I came for a wine tasting tour and went to ONE winery for two tasting servings of wine. TWO! (Advertised to visit two wineries also by the way) The tour Left Bordeaux at 1330 and wine didn’t pass our lips until about 1700! Really the operator should not call this a wine tasting tour, it’s really a history tour. Granted the visit to the town of St Emillion was nice but most of the tour was actually spent here and not at winery. I and my husband ended up just leaving the tours visit to a church to pay for a wine in the main square so we could start experiencing the local wine. We then went to the one winery of the so called wine tour with the group. Most of it was spent touring the grounds and getting the history of the place, how the wine is made etc which of course is part of the course though it was very long. We got our two meagre wine samples at the end of all this then home. I am very passionate about wine and have been on many wine tours in Australia, New Zealand and the US. I would advise anyone that wants to really explore and experience tasting various wines in the region to hopefully find something else. Contact the tour operator to find out how many tastings, wineries etc so you know what to expect. My husband and I were bitterly disappointed. Avoid if you’re planning on drinking more than two tasting servings of wine on an entire ‘wine tasting’ tour.
The village of St Emilion...
, Oct 2021
The village of St Emilion was nice to visit but the winery tour was disappointing because it was a modern winery and did not bring out the romance of wine making in all it's traditional glory..the cellers were not underground and the person explaning was very poor in English while the language of the tour was supposed to be English.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Visiting the winery was...
, Oct 2021
Visiting the winery was the highlight. The owners were charming and informative! Wish we could have visited another winery with another tasting.
1 traveler found this review helpful
, Sep 2020
This was excellent! Christine was a gem and we really appreciated the warmth and interaction . Highly recommended
If you speak French recommended
, Sep 2020
Ok but for native French speakers. Translate was not accurate and waste of time in translation. Wine was good
, Mar 2020
Beautiful view, amazing experience and it was really comfortable for a solo traveler like me! I really enjoyed it, thank you!
the guide was amazing and shared so much with us
, Feb 2020
excellent tour for the price you pay - we went for half day to the Médoc region. good and cheap way to quickly visit the region and learn so much from the guide about the different wines and Chateau. it also included a tasting of 4 wines at 2 different chateau!
Wine tasting in February
, Feb 2020
A lovely day out - got to see a lot of the Bordeaux region, Glass on wine and onion soup in St Emilion village
Too much talking, not enough tasting.
, Feb 2020
The tour involved just so much talking and history of wine. We didn't really get to taste much, just two wines per vinyard, after standing in cold store rooms for more than an hour each.
1 traveler found this review helpful
It was ok!
, Oct 2019
It was ‘ok’. The tour guide talked the whole journey, and I mean non-stop, which was a bit annoying. When we arrived at St Emilion, a few of us went to the toilet and told her we were, and asked she wait for us so we could join the tour to the underground church, which was optional. She said ‘yes’ of course, but despite us only taking a few minutes, she walked off without us. We literally had to run to catch up. Don’t say yes, but then leave! The underground church viewing took far too long. What started as interesting, quickly became boring. I’d strongly recommend you opt out and spend the time in the town instead. There’s nothing of interest in there. It’s dark, dank, cold and like I said, biting after about 10 mins. I think we were in there for about half hour!!! We tried to get out but the door was locked, so had to endure it. I wish we’d gone for a glass of wine or shopping in the pretty town instead. We then had about 20 mins in the town before boarding the coach again to go for wine tasting. Again, it was just ok. To call it wine tasting is overdoing it. It was literally a ‘drip’ of wine. We got to test two wines. Nobody expects a glass of wine, not even half or quarter of a glass, but honestly, despite not being a ‘drinker’, it barely wet my lips. Very disappointing. Many people were saying the same thing! It was nice to visit St Emilion, even if briefly. I’d have liked to score higher and be more enthusiastic about it but I can’t.

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