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Private Half day wine tour - St Emilion or Medoc

Private Half day wine tour - St Emilion or Medoc - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

From USD
$342.09

Discover the Bordeaux wine regions during a half day tour. Choose your destination depending on the wineries you would like to visit or the grape varieties your prefer ... More info ›

Discover the Bordeaux wine regions during a half day tour. Choose your destination depending on the wineries you would like to visit or the grape varieties your prefer. Popular choices include St Emilion or the Medoc.

Choose your destination among the suggestions below:

- St Emilion:
Saint Emilion centers on the commune of the same name. There are several villages around the region that share the Saint-Émilion name, such as Montagne-Saint-Émilion and St-Georges-Saint-Émilion, and are permitted to label their wines under the same name. Merlot is the dominant grape in this area, followed by Cabernet Franc.The climate and damper, cool soils of the area make it difficult for Cabernet Sauvignon grapes to fully ripen and as such is less often used. The wines take a little longer to mature than the ones in Pomerol but are still able to be drunk relatively young for a Bordeaux (4–8 years). In favorable vintages the wines have a good aging potential.

- Pomerol:
Pomerol was first cultivated by the Romans during their occupation of the area. Up until the early 20th century the area was known mostly for its white wine production. The wines of Pomerol have a high composition of Merlot in their blends and are considered the gentlest and least tannic and acidic of Bordeaux wines. Cabernet Franc, known in this area as Bouchet is the second leading grape and helps to contribute to the dark, deep coloring that is typical of Pomerol wines. Due to the reduced tannins found in these wines, they can typically be drunk much younger than other red Bordeaux. The chateaus in the area are not classified, with the winemakers seemingly disinclined to devise one, although Pétrus is often unofficially grouped with the First Growths of Bordeaux.

- Medoc:
The Medoc wine region spans the left bank of the Gironde from the mouth of the river to the city of Bordeaux and includes the four famous communes of St-Estephe, Pauillac, St. Julien and Margaux. It is about 60 km north to south, and about 10 km wide, with around 10,600 hectares under vines and a production of about 50 million liters per year. All the wine made here is red and the main grape variety used is the Cabernet Sauvignon.

- Graves:
The Graves region is bordered on the north by the Garonne river and contain the sub regions of Pessac-Léognan, Sauternes and Barsac. It is known for its intensely gravelly soil.  While Château Haut-Brion was included in the 1855 classification of the Médoc, the Graves appellation itself was classified in 1953 for its red wine producers. White wines were included in the updated 1959 classification.

- Sauternes:
Sauternes is a subregion of Graves known for its intensely sweet, white, dessert wines such as the Premier Cru Supérieur classified Château d'Yquem. Wines produced in the region of Barsac, such as Premiers Crus Château Climens and Château Coutet are allowed to be labeled either with the commune name or with Sauternes. The three main grapes of this area are Sémillon, Sauvignon blanc and Muscadelle.

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Private wine tour from Bordeaux full day

Private wine tour from Bordeaux full day - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

From USD
$460.05

Spend a whole day in the Bordeaux wine region learning about local appellations and grape varieties. Our full day wine tours will take you to world famous areas such as the Medoc, Saint Emilion, Graves or Sauternes where we will pre-book 3 Chateau visits & tastings ... More info ›

Spend a whole day in the Bordeaux wine region learning about local appellations and grape varieties. Our full day wine tours will take you to world famous areas such as the Medoc, Saint Emilion, Graves or Sauternes where we will pre-book 3 Chateau visits & tastings. We will pick you up at your hotel or ship and introduce you to the "terroir" & wines of the region visited that day.

Saint Emilion centers on the commune of the same name. There are several villages around the region that share the Saint-Émilion name, such as Montagne-Saint-Émilion and St-Georges-Saint-Émilion, and are permitted to label their wines under the same name. Merlot is the dominant grape in this area, followed by Cabernet Franc.The climate and damper, cool soils of the area make it difficult for Cabernet Sauvignon grapes to fully ripen and as such is less often used. The wines take a little longer to mature than the ones in Pomerol but are still able to be drunk relatively young for a Bordeaux (4–8 years). In favorable vintages the wines have a good aging potential.


Pomerol was first cultivated by the Romans during their occupation of the area. Up until the early 20th century the area was known mostly for its white wine production.The area overall has gravel-based soil that is typical of Bordeaux, with western and southern sections having more sandy soil while the northern and eastern sections toward St.-Emilion have more clay composition. The wines of Pomerol have a high composition of Merlot in their blends and are considered the gentlest and least tannic and acidic of Bordeaux wines. Cabernet Franc, known in this area as Bouchet is the second leading grape and helps to contribute to the dark, deep coloring that is typical of Pomerol wines.

The Medoc wine region spans the left bank of the Gironde from the mouth of the river to the city of Bordeaux and includes the four famous communes of St-Estephe, Pauillac, St. Julien and Margaux. It is about 60 km north to south, and about 10 km wide, with around 10,600 hectares under vines and a production of about 50 million liters per year. All the wine made here is red and the main grape variety used is the Cabernet Sauvignon.

The Graves region is bordered on the north by the Garonne river and contain the sub regions of Pessac-Léognan, Sauternes and Barsac. It is known for its intensely gravelly soil.  While Château Haut-Brion was included in the 1855 classification of the Médoc, the Graves appellation itself was classified in 1953 for its red wine producers. In the Middle Ages, the wines that were first exported to England were produced in this area. Château Pape Clément, founded at the turn of the fourteenth century by the future Pope Clement V, was the first named chateaux in all of Bordeaux.

Sauternes is a subregion of Graves known for its intensely sweet, white, dessert wines such as the Premier Cru Supérieur classified Château d'Yquem. The intense sweetness of these wines is the result of the grapes being affected by Botrytis cinerea, a fungus that is commonly known as noble rot. In the autumn, the Ciron river produces mist that descends upon the area and persists until after dawn.

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Saint Emilion Wine tastings & Discovery

Saint Emilion Wine tastings & Discovery - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

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$73.25

A passage back in time who will leave you breathless: half Guided Day at Saint Emilion Medieval Village with emblematic monuments , cobbled streets,..and many treasures classified as part of the rich cultural Heritage. Including legendary vineyards and wineries with local Producer and an invitation for Wine lovers to some wine tasting.The small group half day tour will start at 8.15AM from central Bordeaux.

Your journey will start at 8.15am from Bordeaux.Your guide will drive you through stunning and breathless landscapes to Saint Emilion ( around 35 minutes) ... More info ›

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A passage back in time who will leave you breathless: half Guided Day at Saint Emilion Medieval Village with emblematic monuments , cobbled streets,..and many treasures classified as part of the rich cultural Heritage. Including legendary vineyards and wineries with local Producer and an invitation for Wine lovers to some wine tasting.The small group half day tour will start at 8.15AM from central Bordeaux.

Your journey will start at 8.15am from Bordeaux.Your guide will drive you through stunning and breathless landscapes to Saint Emilion ( around 35 minutes). During one hour guided walking tour of the village standing on the top of a hill, you will discover the beauty of the tiny town including many large mansions from 1400s, the amazing underground monolithic church... You will be greeted by new parts of the rich cultural and architectural heritage, each step you take through the cobbled streets of the village.The town is built on a plateau of limestone and is classified since 1999 World Heritage sites for Humanity, as a cultural landscape.It is also on the Pilgrimage Route to Santiago de Compostela, from which it truly derived great prosperity.Then you will meet a local wine producer at Chateau Ambe Tour Pourret, a castle in Saint Emilion.You will share the passion and experience of the winegrower. You will learn all the stages of winemaking from vineyard to bottle. And it will conclude by an invitation to some vintage wine tasting. The Get to Know Time dedicated to all Wine lovers as tasting has been an important part of the final wine ranking since 2012.The tour will end back to central Bordeaux at around 1.30pm. For those who wish to know more about the Wine, we suggest to visit the Cite du Vin ( Wine Museum ) in Bordeaux with its 360-degree views of the surrounding cityscape and its high-tech immersion in the world’s wine culture.

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Small Group Guided Bordeaux and Medieval St Emilion with Wine tastings

Small Group Guided Bordeaux and Medieval St Emilion with Wine tastings - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

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$153.94

Small Group Guided full Day tour to explore one of the most famous and beautiful Wine Region in France. Bordeaux, world heritage site filled with magnificent preserved classical and neoclassical architecture ... More info ›

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Small Group Guided full Day tour to explore one of the most famous and beautiful Wine Region in France. Bordeaux, world heritage site filled with magnificent preserved classical and neoclassical architecture. And Saint Emilion, worldwide known for its Grand Cru Wine, its best wineries and for some hidden treasures of its village.

The tour will start by minibus to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and home of Bordeaux's largest winemaking appellations:Saint Emilion.You will meet your guide at 8.15am in front of Bordeaux Tourist Office. Your journey will then start at the charming preserved medieval village ( around 30 minutes drive from the City) with picturesque scenery , a remarkable example of a historical vineyard that has got through the ages.Your guide will take you wandering the village through the cobblestone streets You will find the incredible monolithic church in the city centre,centuries-old square, some architectural remains from Romans and many more. 
You will also learn all about the secrets of winemaking by visiting a local wine producer with a tour of his estate and end up using the different steps involved in tasting wine!Time to head back to Bordeaux by minibus, your guide will recommend some places for lunch. You will get 1hour 30 before returning at the meeting point to start a guided walking tour of the city.You will discover some fascinating sites such as St André Cathedral,the Monument des Girondins: the most delicious symbol-filled fountain, the Grand Theatre... You will be taken to the magical and unique Royal Square, the Pont de Pierre connecting the historic city center of the Garonne River to la Bastide ( left to right bank).The 15th Century Big Bell, the Beaux Arts Museum: one of the largest Art Museum in France, the Place de la Bourse, symbol of Bordeaux with its Water Mirrors creating a reflection of the 18th Century Building will captivate you. The outstanding atmosphere via the Medieval side of the City will make your day very special. Then,your guided tour will end at 4.30pm but you will be able to stroll the City at your own pace.

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Urban Wine Tour - Chateaux and wine bars - An original discovery of the Bordeaux wines

Urban Wine Tour - Chateaux and wine bars - An original discovery of the Bordeaux wines - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

From USD
$57.80

Ever wished to experience a wine tasting in its diversity? The Urban Wine Tour is tailor made for you! Indeed a wine chateau opens its doors to introduce you the wine production from the vine culture to the ageing process in the famous Bordeaux wine warehouses "les chais"€. The visit of the property ends with the tasting of at least two wines of the chateau ... More info ›

Ever wished to experience a wine tasting in its diversity? The Urban Wine Tour is tailor made for you! Indeed a wine chateau opens its doors to introduce you the wine production from the vine culture to the ageing process in the famous Bordeaux wine warehouses "les chais"€. The visit of the property ends with the tasting of at least two wines of the chateau. The second part of the tour takes you to one of the great wine bars in the Bordeaux city center to enjoy a themed tasting run by the owner himself! Last but not least, you will be offered some local specialties which will vary from a wine bar to another underlining the specificities of each one!

Every Saturday morning from 9.30 am to 1.15 pmthe Urban Wine Tour takes you through the different forms of tasting: both inside a famous Bordeaux winery and in a wine bar.

 09:30 am: departure from the Bordeaux Tourist Office by coach with a live guide in French and English
10.30 am: visit and tasting at a wine chateau situated in the close Bordeaux surroundings: Medoc, Graves or Bordeaux Superieur appellation.
12.15 pm: tasting in a wine bar in Bordeaux city center.It is the opportunity to talk about differnet topics depending on the wine bar sommelier: blind tasting, a Bordeaux grape varieties comparison to their implantations abroad, the barrel influence on wines...You will discover also some local specialties and learn about the pairing of food and wine.
01.15 pm: end of the tour. You can stay in the wine bar to enjoy the atmosphere.

Selected chateaux: Château Saint-Ahon, château du Taillan, château Luche-Halde, château Pape-Clément, château Les Carmes Haut-Brion, château Sainte-Barbe
Selected wine bars: La Ligne Rouge, l'Oenolimit, l'Officine, The Wine Bar du Boutique Hotel, le Métropolitain

The prices includes the transportation by coach, the professional guide (French and English), the visit and wine tasting at the chateau and the wine animation at the wine bar with accompanied cheese or charcuterie.
The minimum of persons required is 5; Maximum 25. 

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Margaux Medoc Self-Guided Cabriolet Tour with a 'La Cité du Vin' Wine Museum Priority Ticket

Margaux Medoc Self-Guided Cabriolet Tour with a 'La Cité du Vin' Wine Museum Priority Ticket - Bordeaux, France

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Bordeaux, France

From USD
$116.78

Discover Margaux's châteaux & wines at the wheel of your cabriolet equipped with a GPS tablet-guide.
Take advantage of an Open priority ticket for the must-see Cité du Vin, at the price of a standard ticket.

Visit the Médoc region with its famous vineyards and discover the new Cité du Vin. 

Fully enjoy this combination ticket including:

-A 4h30  visit of Médoc region and Margaux at your own rhythm aboard a cabriolet convertible quipped with a GPS tablet-guide.

-An Open/Priority**ticket: to discover La Cité du Vin when you wish ... More info ›

Discover Margaux's châteaux & wines at the wheel of your cabriolet equipped with a GPS tablet-guide.
Take advantage of an Open priority ticket for the must-see Cité du Vin, at the price of a standard ticket.

Visit the Médoc region with its famous vineyards and discover the new Cité du Vin. 

Fully enjoy this combination ticket including:

-A 4h30  visit of Médoc region and Margaux at your own rhythm aboard a cabriolet convertible quipped with a GPS tablet-guide.

-An Open/Priority**ticket: to discover La Cité du Vin when you wish. A media-guided visit of the Permanent Tour and a wine tasting at the Belvédère, with its splendid view over Bordeaux.

Priority: time-saving, no need to queue up and guaranteed entry. 

In detail:

- Margaux getaway

Enjoy a getaway in the heart of the Médoc to discover Margaux's Great Growth Châteaux! Drive along charming small roads that follow the banks of the Gironde Estuary and take the legendary “Route des Châteaux” towards Margaux. Open the door of an 1855 Grand Cru property and discover the secrets of wine-making. The visit will conclude with a wine tasting of course! Your Memosine cabriolet, equipped with a multimedia tablet-guide is a storytelling car that offers quality commentaries, all along the way. Relax, your tablet is also a with GPS that will take you to your destination. 

Would you like to make a stop at an open-air café along the river, or for a photo opportunity? Great local places are indicated throughout your trip… You are guided, but free to make stops or detours as and when you please, according to suggestions offered by your tablet.

Example of a Program: 

2 pm: departure from Memosine agency. (Departure is also at 9 am.)

2.30pm: admire your first vines.  

4 pm: Visit of an 1855 Grand Cru Classé Château followed by a wine-tasting*   

5 pm: Legendary Castle Road to Margaux 

6.30pm: Arrival in Bordeaux.

*Classified Great Growth Château: Dauzac, Kirwan, Desmirail, Giscours, Prieuré-Lichine… according to availability

- La Cité du Vin wine museum: 

a must-do whilst in Bordeaux.!  La Cité du Vin is a unique adventure ( 2 to 3 hours) to discover the cultures and civilizations of wine. This multi-sensory experience culminates at 35 meters in La Cité du Vin’s Belvédère. Enjoy a 360° panoramic view over Bordeaux and the river whilst tasting a glass of world wine!

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