A classic wine destination but more exciting than ever – the wine tour to Bordeaux

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Bordeaux is a classic wine tour destination with luxurious châteaux, small, family-owned estates and passionate wine people. A reference for the whole wine world. Magnificent gastronomic meals at the châteaux.

It is the region against which many others measure their quality, a kind of standard for prestige wines. It is the origin of cabernet sauvignon and merlot, and , of course, of the original “Bordeaux blend”. But it is a region that has much more depth than what one might think.

The city itself is one of Frances biggest, on the list of top-ten, but small enough so that you can walk almost anywhere. Among the vineyards, you find some of the world’s most famous and beautiful chateaux, but also many small family properties.

There is almost 7000 wine producers in Bordeaux so it is impossible to know them all. But you can join us and meet some of the best.

Learn all about Bordeaux on a wine tour with us. And taste the “original” cabernet and merlot wines.

Gleaming new concrete fermentation vats in a grand chateau, Bordeaux
Gleaming new concrete fermentation vats in a grand chateau, Bordeaux, copyright BKWine Photography
Vineyards on a hill-slope in Bordeaux
Vineyards on a hill-slope in Bordeaux, copyright BKWine Photography

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