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On this site you can quickly and easily find all the details you need to book your wine tour in France - anywhere in France!
You'll find a map below
- just click on the region you’re interested in and you’ll find what is available, plus a host of information on the region. For an overview
of the regions, CLICK HERE
The great thing about visiting vineyards during wine tours in France is that you are seeing a way of life that, in essence, has changed very little in centuries - a way of life in which man and nature combine in harmony to produce great wine – a constant pleasure in an uncertain world.
So, if you’re thinking of a holiday including some wine-tasting, or want to do some more concentrated tasting, France will make an excellent destination.
If you're already here in France and are looking for a day's wine-tasting, get in touch by email or phone (see 'Contact Us' page), we can often arrange last-minute visits!
WHY COME WITH WINETOUR-FRANCE? – WINE TOURS RUN BY LOCALS!
All the wine tours in France available via this site are run not by big commercial operations or by out-of-town winetour companies, but by local people, living on the spot, all of whom speak English; some also offer accommodation.
This means that you get access to hard-to-find local vineyards, chateaux and restaurants and get a real taste of the local way of life in your area.
TOURS OF THE MONTH!
This month we are particularly featuring wine tours in the BORDEAUX region, home to the world’s very finest wines, with no fewer than FIVE different day-tours available. You can choose to do only one, or two, or any combination of the tours that suits you. You might want to combine some tours with a day or two in Bordeaux city, a day at the beach on the Atlantic coast, or exploring the beautiful Arcachon Basin. If you can get here in June, and are a lover of tall ships, Bordeaux has a treat in store for you! The Tall Ships Regatta will be in Bordeaux from the 14th-18th June.
In this area you can visit:
The Medoc, home to the world’s finest red wines
St Emilion, a superb medieval village and an area producing some great wines which match those of the Medoc in quality and price
Sauternes, home of the world’s finest dessert wines
Graves/Pessac Leognan, for those who want to complete their tour of the area’s greatest wines
Cognac, home of the world’s finest brandy
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT DETAILS
You’ll find a wealth of information and advice in this website but, if you would like any help in deciding which area to visit, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.