At this moment it is too early to know what will be possible to do this autumn. So, for the moment, we have a Bordeaux tour planned: We will visit Medoc, Saint Emilion, Sauternes and
Every wine lover must travel to Bordeaux at least once. Preferably several times. You will discover something new on every tour. The prestigious history of the Bordeaux wines leaves its mark. There is something special,
This is the most classical of all our wine tours. Bordeaux has inspired almost all other wine countries in one way or another. The Bordeaux grapes are planted all over the world. Most countries make
Our spring tours are of course – and sadly – cancelled. Until life returns to a more normal situation you can travel to wine regions “virtually” with us by reading what we write on wine
Bordeaux is one of France’s largest wine regions and here you will find wines in all price ranges. Really all. Some Bordeaux wines (but luckily only very few) are today more luxury products than wines.
At a glance, this tour in France’s most famous wine region offers you exceptional gourmet lunches and delicious tastings of prestige wines both from grand cru chateaux and from the not-so-famous but equally excellent producers.
Going to Bordeaux at least once is a must for any wine lover. Bordeaux has had such an impact on almost all other wine regions in the world, that you really must see it, and
Bordeaux is definitely worth visiting, even if you are not a wine fanatic. Lately, we have discovered some very interesting restaurants and wine bars. So even if you are out touring the chateaux and the
Some grapes are easier to recognize than others. Sauvignon Blanc is easy but not the easiest. That distinction goes to Muscat and Gewürztraminer. But still, in a blind tasting you have a fair chance of
In a way it is strange. Bordeaux is not really known for any gastronomic specialties. Well, yes, there are oysters from Arcachon, Pauillac lamb and grilled entrecote. But still, it is a fairly modest, and
On the Bordeaux wine tour we will visit Medoc, Saint Emilion, Sauternes and other famous appellations. You will see some luxurious show-piece chateau but also “the real” Bordeaux where a family runs the vineyard and