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Enjoy and compare France’s two most famous wine regions | Champagne and Bordeaux

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Champagne and Bordeaux go well together. Maybe not at the same time but during the same dinner. The French always (or at least very often) serve champagne as a pre-dinner drink. And red Bordeaux is, for many, the choice of preference with meat.

If you like both these wines, why not join us on our special tour that combines Champagne and Bordeaux?

You will enjoy four nights in Reims, the capital of Champagne, and four nights in Bordeaux, one of France’s most beautiful cities, on the river Garonne. We will visit some of our favourite producers (grand cru classé chateaux are included) in the two regions and enjoy superb lunches at chateaux and champagne houses.

Both regions, although traditional in many ways, are also dynamic and ground-breaking.

Come and discover Champagne and Bordeaux with us.

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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?

The magnificent cathedral in Reims in Champagne
The magnificent cathedral in Reims in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
Grapes ready for harvest in Bordeaux
Grapes ready for harvest in Bordeaux, copyright BKWine Photography

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