Champagne and Bordeaux combined: the two most famous French wine regions | wine tour

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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 four nights in Reims, the capital of Champagne, and 4 nights in the city of Bordeaux, maybe the most beautiful city in the whole of France.

In Champagne we will learn the process of making Champagne and all the rules that surround the production. We will see stunning wine cellars. We will visit both houses, famous and very important for the region, but also small independent growers. Organic viticulture is gaining ground in Champagne and we will have the opportunity to discuss this issue. Our unforgettable lunches will be 100 % Champagne of course.

We cross the country by high-speed train and arrive in Bordeaux in the south west of France. Maybe the harvest is underway or has just finished. There will be a lot of activities at the chateaux. We will visit some of the big and famous in Médoc and Graves and a few smaller family chateaux in Saint Emilion. You will enjoy the gastronomic lunches at the chateaux, in a private dining room or maybe even in the garden.

Join us and discover two unique and classic French wine regions.

Wine tour to Champagne and Bordeaux, September 23 – October 1, 2021.

Book your wine tour now!

Pinot noir harvested in a vineyard in Champagne
Pinot Noir harvested in a vineyard in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
The Medieval town of Saint Emilion
The medieval town of Saint Emilion, copyright BKWine Photography
Bottles in pupitres in a carved-out cellar in Champagne
Bottles in pupitres in a carved-out cellar in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
A small winery vat hall in Saint Emilion
A small winery vat hall in Saint Emilion, copyright BKWine Photography

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