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Champagne and Bordeaux, the combination of what’s best in France | wine tour

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There are many excellent wine regions in France, of course, but combining Champagne and Bordeaux will give you something extra. That’s what this wine tour is all about. Something extra. Wines with history, prestige, and quality from producers who at the same time are very much looking towards the future.

The wine tour takes you to Reims with its famous Cathedrale, as beautiful as Notre Dame in Paris. After four nights here, with visits to some grand champagne houses and smaller quality growers, we continue with the fast train (the famous TGV) to Bordeaux and its world-renowned red wines.

It is a unique wine region with all its fairy-tale chateaux. You cannot find something like it anywhere else in the world. Delicious lunches all through the tour, star-quality and great wines, often at the wine estates.

PS: We have written an internationally award-winning book about Champagne, and also one on Bordeaux. And ten other wine books. Can you think of any other wine tour operator with that in the baggage?

A village, vineyards and cyclist in the Montagne de Reims, Champagne
A village, vineyards and cyclist in the Montagne de Reims, Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
A barrel cellar in a chateau in Bordeaux
A barrel cellar in a chateau in Bordeaux, copyright BKWine Photography

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