FRANCE WINE TOURS REGIONS
We provide fantastic wine tour holidays in France throughout many of the most popular France regions. Our wine tours in France make ideal holiday activities with an opportunity to try out a wide variety of French wines. Please see below for a list of the regions throughout France which offer fantastic wine tour holidays.
Welcome to the land of the great white wines - Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Muscat d'Alsace, Sylvaner, Pinot Blanc plus Pinot Noir. A land of picture postcard wine villages with German sounding names.
Welcome to Armagnac - a land of many wonders. Famed for its foie gras and Armagnac brandy, it is also the region of the illustrious Three Musketeers, medieval castles, bastides, and green rolling countryside.
Beaujolais - home of Beaujolais Nouveaux and a whole lot more! The excellence of the region's cuisine is unquestionable, and regardless of where you dine, you will taste wonderful dishes and drink local Beaujolais wines.
Bergerac a land of valleys, fields, forests and vineyards. A land of rich mouth-filling Côtes de Bergerac, Montravel and Pécharmant and Montravel red wines, delicate white wines and luscious dessert wines of Monbazillac and Saussignac. A land that is one of France’s main gastronomic regions, of beef and wine, and especially renowned for rich dishes made with locally grown produce.
Bordeaux has always produced full-bodied red wines while being better known for the famed Chateaux of the Medoc, Bordeaux also produces great wines from other districts and towns like Graves and St Emilion.
Burgundy is one of the great wine regions of the world. A collection of tiny vineyards strung along a narrow valley. From Chablis in the north to Beaujolais in the south, the best known Burgundy wines come from the central area from Dijon to Macon.
Cahors the home of the famous “black” Cahors red wine, lies in a vast area described as the Southwest, or Sud-Quest, and as a wine region has much to offer, so whatever your interests, from cultural to gastronomic, there is plenty for the wine and food tourist.
A small collection of very special vineyards in a total area of just over 6000 ha in Northern Burgundy produce a unique wine from Chardonnay grapes, Chablis.
The home of the world's most famous sparkling wine, the Champagne wine region is much more than a collection of world-known champagne houses. The Champagne wine villages hid some of the most exquisite champagne just waiting to be discovered by the wine tourist.
The world's best-known brandy comes from the peaceful countryside surrounding the Charente River one hundred miles north of Bordeaux. A twenty-mile area called the 'golden circle" of cognac production encompasses Cognac and the second distilling town of Jarnac.
Duras is a gem of a wine region being ajoined to Bordeaux with similar wines, wonderful rolling wooded countryside, historical towns and villages and so compact - a delight to visit!
Gaillac in the heart of the south-west a wine region unspoilt by tourism, producing great red and white wines from small friendly wine producers and matched with great regional cuisine.
The Languedoc has been described as the world’s largest vineyard. Everywhere you look are vines; all producing greatly improved rich red wines from communes such as St Chinian, Minervois, Coteux du Languedoc, and Faugeres.
The sunny, fertile Loire region is home to magnificent vineyards producing the greatest variety of wines in the country. Delicious wines from Muscadet and Chenin Blanc while from Sancerre lighter reds and pinks from Pinot Noir.
France’s southeastern region has the alps to the from the north and east and to the south the Mediterranean. The region produces very good white red and pink wines. The vines benefit from long sunny summer days and considerable winter chill.
Côtes du Rhône, a name known to wine lovers the world over. Be it the full-bodied red wines from Syrah such as Hermitage from the north, or from the south where Grenache is supreme and is famed for its Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Plus the region's food and cuisine are known for its gastronomic excellence.
About as far south and west as you can go in France, Roussillon has a coast, river valley and mountain vineyards. Bordering the Mediterranean this is a region of stunning wines from Corbieres, AOC Cotes du Roussillon plus the delectable sweet wines of Banyuls and Maury.