Château Raymond-Lafon, the chateau and wine estate of the Meslier family, is next door to the legendary Château d’Yquem. Only a few meters apart, the vineyards differ and both chateaux have the same strict selection
Now you don’t have to choose whether to go to Bordeaux or Champagne. You can go to both of them. This tour combines these two great regions with centuries of history and fame. Some of
You feel like you know Bordeaux even if you have never been there. You have seen so many photos of the famous chateaux that they feel familiar. But still, nothing beats a visit in real
Champagne was born over 300 years ago. It has evolved over time, both how you make a champagne, and the taste. Still today, history imbues many of the aspects of champagne. This is what makes
Champagne and Bordeaux combined: the two most famous French wine regions in one great package | wine tour
It can be hard to choose between going to Bordeaux or to Champagne. So why not go to both of them? We offer a tour that combines these two regions during a fabulous 9-day tour.
One typical feature of the Bordeaux wine region is the magnificent barrel cellars. All the grand châteaux have one, as many Bordeaux wines spend a year or two in oak before being bottled. The oak
Champagne is close to Paris, but the landscape changes as soon as you approach the vineyards. From being flat agricultural land, it turns into a pretty wine region with vineyard on slopes and quaint villages.
Instead of choosing whether to go to Bordeaux or Champagne, why not go to both of them? We now offer a tour that combines these two regions during a fabulous 9-day tour. We will stay
Champagne and Bordeaux wine tour, luxury and gastronomy at the very highest level Experience two of France’s most prestigious wine regions on the same tour — On this 9-day tour you will enter into the magical
Many things have been said and written about Champagne. We all know various immortal quotes about this praised wine. Is it complicated to make champagne? The best way to find out is to come to
Tour of the Loire Valley with Sancerre, Vouvray, Chinon and more — Loire is France’s longest river and one of the world’s most famous wine rivers. For this trip we board the bus in Paris
The wine tour to classic Châteauneuf-du-Pape and the new stars of Côtes-du-Rhône — The Rhône River makes its way past many wine regions before it reaches the Mediterranean. In the southernmost part of the Rhône
The Three Classics Wine Tour: to Champagne, Chablis and Burgundy (or Sancerre) — We call this trip The Three Classic! It takes you to three of the most classic wine regions in France: Champagne, Chablis and
If you must pick only one wine region to visit in France, Bordeaux would be a good choice. It is world-famous, but there are still a lot of things people don’t know about Bordeaux. The
A wine producer in Champagne will tell you that you can drink Champagne any day of the week. And it doesn’t have to be to celebrate something. You can open a bottle of Champagne just