Harvest time in Bordeaux | wine tour

End of September is usually a very busy time in the vineyards in Bordeaux. It is peak harvest season. But it is always different; sometimes harvest is later, sometimes earlier. This year it will be early so end of September will be towards the end of the harvest. Which means that there are still plenty of people in the vineyards and that things are very busy in the cellars.

What we certainly can promise it that you will get to know Bordeaux behind the scene, much more than “the big and famous” with their will trained guides, that most people offer. Instead we will take you to some of the most exciting, smaller, “confidential”, often family-owned chateaux. And we can also promise you some really outstanding gastronomy that you will get to enjoy at the chateaux, together with some great wines of course. Book now!

Grapes with noble rot just harvested

Grapes with noble rot just harvested, copyright BKWine Photography

Grapes on the vine, ripe and ready for harvest

Grapes on the vine, ripe and ready for harvest, copyright BKWine Photography

Carefully sorting the grapes at the sorting table

Carefully sorting the grapes at the sorting table, copyright BKWine Photography

Wine in barrels slowly maturing in the cellar and a glass

Wine in barrels slowly maturing in the cellar and a glass, copyright BKWine Photography

A wine tasting at a wine producer's

A wine tasting at a wine producer’s, copyright BKWine Photography

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