France

The home of champagne itself, France is a country that is also synonymous with the finest of wines. Wine tasting tours and experiences in France will enable you to explore vineyards that are steeped in history, to sample deep glasses of Cotes du Rhone, delightful reds from the Loire, and full bodied Piqpoul de Pinet to name a few.

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$
109
51
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
5 H
 (2)
Combine the pleasures of visiting three of the most historic neighborhoods of Paris - the Marais, Jardin des Plantes (Latin Quarter), Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the discovery of each ... morequarter’s hidden vineyard, with the joys of cycling.

During the Middle Ages, Paris was covered with vineyards and produced wines that were renowned throughout France. The vineyards on this tour, unknown to most, will take us into the heart of medieval Paris. There is an almost mystical link between the living vines of today and those of the past. As you cycle over this historic ground, the medieval landscape comes to life as you are invited to imagine another time.

From the vineyards of the Hotel Royal St-Pol, through the King’s botanical garden, the Abbey Saint Victor and the Halle aux Vins to the Roman Arena, the Clos Bruneau, the Clos de Laas and the village that was once Saint-Germain-des-Prés, we develop a comprehensive overview of medieval Paris and begin to see the city with different eyes.

We will taste various wines along the way that will connect you with this rich past, bringing into focus the spirit of Paris. Come with us for an exceptional visit and explore another aspect of the role the vine still plays in the urban landscape. Exclusive wine tastings reflecting the flavors of the grapes planted here, accompanied by personally selected hors-d'oeuvres will complete this unique outing.
$
63
40
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
Though the vineyards of Montmartre past were considered to be among the best in Paris, the Clos Montmartre today is more of a novelty than a quality wine producer. The vineyard dates ... morefrom 1932 and produces about 1000 kilos of grapes each year from as many as 27 different varietals. The annual harvest is the occasion for a highly spirited neighbourhood festivity that evokes a kind of village fête.

15 centuries of Parisian wine history
Historical, cultural, tasting tours that walk you through the vinous history of Paris... discover the wine background of the quarter and savour a themed wine tasting in the very best wine cellars in the city. History comes alive as we tread upon the ancient soils of Paris' forgotten terroirs. Morning tours feature wine tastings and optional lunches in select wine bars, while afternoon tours offer wine tastings and optional aperitif wine bar dishes, some tours combining visits to open markets, bakeries, cheese shops or specialty food shops. Our choice of wine bars and wines offer natural, living wines made organically and biodynamically - wines bursting with real taste.

Paris' most famous wine producing vineyard in one of its most visited neighbourhoods. Closed to the public, this exclusive visit includes a comprehensive history of the 'clos' and a tasting of the very rare wine it produces.
$
109
51
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
Privately guided wine walk exploring the vineyard history of the Marais with off-beat historical anecdotes, natural wine tasting, and a French bistro lunch.... more

This hidden vineyard in Paris in Joseph Mignaret charming garden in the heart of the Marais is truly a surprising discovery. The 'Marais', which means swamp, drained in the 12th century, primarily produced market vegetables, but there were vines here too. An extensive vineyard attached to the Hotel Royal Saint Pol produced wines in the Middle Ages, so the history of the vine here is as old as the quarter's history. 

Join us for this exceptional visit and explore another the role these vines still play in this urban Parisian setting. An exclusive wine tasting reflecting the flavors of the varietals planted here with a wine-bar lunch to complete this unique outing.
$
51
87
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
The Jardin des Plantes is often missed by visitors to Paris, and yet this side of the Latin Quarter offers some of Paris' greatest treasures.... more

Left Bank history comes alive in this unique wine walk in Paris. One of Europe's oldest parks, the National Botanical Gardens of France was created in the 17th century on land that was used for mass graves during the plague. In 1635 it became the King's vegetable garden, which led to it becoming the focus of botanical research and the home to naturalists from around Europe.

The vineyard, planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gamay, does not produce wine but provides a link with the earliest studies in ampelography as well as a scientific laboratory of viticultural study.

Join us for a walk through this unique haven of beauty in France paired with a varietal tasting of vines planted in the Jardin des Plantes in a local wine shop.

Vineyards in early Paris - Jardin des Plantes 
Paris grew up along the banks of the Seine and what is now the 5th was the epicenter of Roman Paris. The baths of Cluny and the Roman Arena off the rue Monge are among the vestiges of this period. In the Middle Ages, vineyards attached to the Abbeys of Notre Dame de Paris and Saint Germain des Prés flourished all along the left bank. The Montagne Saint Geneviève, upon which now sits the Pantheon, formed a large vineyard divided into ‘clos’ or enclosures, with streets still bearing their names (Clos Bruneau, Clos Garlande...)

The National Botanical Gardens
Transmitting a tradition... In the Jardin des Plantes, which has been open to the public for almost 400 years, the tremendous plant diversity in shapes, colors, and perfumes is the support for knowledge dissemination and preservation. The park welcomes you to a unique haven of beauty in France.

From generation to generation
When you tread the soil of the Jardin des Plantes, spare a thought for those before you... Though scientists and gardeners have shaped the garden, kings, queens, damsels, dandies, great ladies and turbulent children have admired the proud and protected nature of the only botanical garden in the capital, which is also classed as a historical monument. But one visit is not enough to discover all the secrets of a place that could become your favorite walk.

A research vineyard
There are 250 vines in the Ecological Garden of the Jardin des Plantes (planted in 2003), representing the 3 main grape varieties, Gamay, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir most commonly planted in the Ile de France. There are also a few French / American hybrid vines of Baco (a cross between Folle Blanche and Noah designed to resist phylloxera planted widely in Gascony for brandy production - Armagnac and Cognac) as well as Noah, derived from a Vitis Labrusca or Fox Grape. A moderately cold resistant varietal, Noah is used in wine production most notably for Uhudler (an Austrian wine) and Fragolino (a sparkling red Italian wine).

Philippe Barré, the gardener responsible for the vineyard, reminds us that the plateau of the Ile de France (the Paris region) was among the most viticulturally active areas of France. The objective here is not to produce wine, but to study the symbiotic relationships between the vines and the biodiversity around. For this reason, all ‘foreign’ plants are allowed to grow among the vines and the soil is worked superficially by mowing the diversity of plants growing between the rows. Insects are encouraged as they play determining roles in the health of the vines while others serve to control those that cause harm.

There are also a few wild vines that have been allowed to climb into the neighboring trees, which have now reached a length of several meters, reminding us that grape vines are creepers and when allowed to grow unchecked, will grow to amazing lengths.
$
109
51
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
From the vineyard of the National Botanical Gardens to the site of the Abbey Saint Victor, the Halles aux Vins, and the Roman Arena, this exceptional walk offers an enchanting vision ... moreof Paris.

The Jardin des Plantes is often unfortunately missed by many visitors coming to explore Paris, and yet this side of the Latin Quarter offers some of Paris' greatest treasures. Left Bank history comes alive in this unique wine walk. One of Europe's oldest parks, the National Botanical Gardens of France was created in the 17th century on land that was used for mass graves during the plague. In 1635 it became the King's vegetable garden, which led to it becoming the focus of botanical research and the home to naturalists from around Europe.

The vineyard, planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gamay, does not produce wine but provides a link with the earliest studies in ampelography as well as a scientific laboratory of viticultural study.

In addition to an in-depth discussion of viticulture and a comprehensive historical background of the quarter, this walk includes a tasting of 2-3 organic and biodynamic wines and a delicious French bistro lunch.

Vineyards in early Paris - Jardin des Plantes
Paris grew up along the banks of the Seine and what is now the 5th was the epicenter of Roman Paris. The baths of Cluny and the Roman Arena off the rue Monge are among the vestiges of this period. In the Middle Ages, vineyards attached to the Abbeys of Notre Dame de Paris and Saint Germain des Prés flourished all along the left bank. The Montagne Saint Geneviève, upon which now sits the Pantheon, formed a large vineyard divided into ‘clos’ or enclosures, with streets still bearing their names (Clos Bruneau, Clos Garlande...)

The National Botanical Gardens
Transmitting a tradition... In the Jardin des Plantes, which has been open to the public for almost 400 years, the tremendous plant diversity in shapes, colors, and perfumes is the support for knowledge dissemination and preservation. The park welcomes you to a unique haven of beauty in France.

From generation to generation
When you tread the soil of the Jardin des Plantes, spare a thought for those before you... Though scientists and gardeners have shaped the garden, kings, queens, damsels, dandies, great ladies and turbulent children have admired the proud and protected nature of the only botanical garden in the capital, which is also classed as a historical monument. But one visit is not enough to discover all the secrets of a place that could become your favorite walk.

A research vineyard
There are 250 vines in the Ecological Garden of the Jardin des Plantes (planted in 2003), representing the 3 main grape varieties, Gamay, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir most commonly planted in the Ile de France. There are also a few French / American hybrid vines of Baco (a cross between Folle Blanche and Noah designed to resist phylloxera planted widely in Gascony for brandy production - Armagnac and Cognac) as well as Noah, derived from a Vitis Labrusca or Fox Grape. A moderately cold resistant varietal, Noah is used in wine production most notably for Uhudler (an Austrian wine) and Fragolino (a sparkling red Italian wine).

Philippe Barré, the gardener responsible for the vineyard, reminds us that the plateau of the Ile de France (the Paris region) was among the most viticulturally active areas of France. The objective here is not to produce wine, but to study the symbiotic relationships between the vines and the biodiversity around. For this reason, all ‘foreign’ plants are allowed to grow among the vines and the soil is worked superficially by mowing the diversity of plants growing between the rows. Insects are encouraged as they play determining roles in the health of the vines while others serve to control those that cause harm.

There are also a few wild vines that have been allowed to climb into the neighboring trees, which have now reached a length of several meters, reminding us that grape vines are creepers and when allowed to grow unchecked, will grow to amazing lengths.
$
97
98
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
This less visited side of the Latin Quarter was once covered in vines and host to Paris’ left bank wine depots. Join us for an in-depth discovery of its secrets, around glasses of ... moreliving wines and savory seasonal dishes.

The Jardin des Plantes is often missed by visitors to Paris, and yet this side of the Latin Quarter offers some of Paris' greatest treasures. Left Bank history comes alive in this unique wine walk. One of Europe's oldest parks, the National Botanical Gardens of France was created in the 17th century on land that was used for mass graves during the plague. In 1635 it became the King's vegetable garden, which led to it becoming the focus of botanical research and the home to naturalists from around Europe.

The vineyard planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gamay, does not produce wine but provides a link with the earliest studies in ampelography as well as a scientific laboratory of viticultural study.

Join us for an in-depth discussion of viticulture and the quarter's vineyard history followed by natural wine tasting with small shared plates.

Vineyards in early Paris - Jardin des Plantes
Paris grew up along the banks of the Seine and what is now the 5th was the epicenter of Roman Paris. The baths of Cluny and the Roman Arena off the rue Monge are among the vestiges of this period. In the Middle Ages, vineyards attached to the Abbeys of Notre Dame de Paris and Saint Germain des Prés flourished all along the left bank. The Montagne Saint Geneviève, upon which now sits the Pantheon, formed a large vineyard divided into ‘clos’ or enclosures, with streets still bearing their names (Clos Bruneau, Clos Garlande...)

The National Botanical Gardens
Transmitting a tradition... In the Jardin des Plantes, which has been open to the public for almost 400 years, the tremendous plant diversity in shapes, colors, and perfumes is the support for knowledge dissemination and preservation. The park welcomes you to a unique haven of beauty in France.

From generation to generation
When you tread the soil of the Jardin des Plantes, spare a thought for those before you... Though scientists and gardeners have shaped the garden, kings, queens, damsels, dandies, great ladies and turbulent children have admired the proud and protected nature of the only botanical garden in the capital, which is also classed as a historical monument. But one visit is not enough to discover all the secrets of a place that could become your favorite walk.

A research vineyard
There are 250 vines in the Ecological Garden of the Jardin des Plantes (planted in 2003), representing the 3 main grape varieties, Gamay, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir most commonly planted in the Ile de France. There are also a few French / American hybrid vines of Baco (a cross between Folle Blanche and Noah designed to resist phylloxera planted widely in Gascony for brandy production - Armagnac and Cognac) as well as Noah, derived from a Vitis Labrusca or Fox Grape. A moderately cold resistant varietal, Noah is used in wine production most notably for Uhudler (an Austrian wine) and Fragolino (a sparkling red Italian wine).

Philippe Barré, the gardener responsible for the vineyard, reminds us that the plateau of the Ile de France (the Paris region) was among the most viticulturally active areas of France. The objective here is not to produce wine, but to study the symbiotic relationships between the vines and the biodiversity around. For this reason, all ‘foreign’ plants are allowed to grow among the vines and the soil is worked superficially by mowing the diversity of plants growing between the rows. Insects are encouraged as they play determining roles in the health of the vines while others serve to control those that cause harm.

There are also a few wild vines that have been allowed to climb into the neighboring trees, which have now reached a length of several meters, reminding us that grape vines are creepers and when allowed to grow unchecked, will grow to amazing lengths.
$
109
51
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
Discover the vinous spirit of medieval Paris with this unique walk. After strolling through this beautiful historic neighborhood, and refreshing ourselves with a wine tasting, what ... morecould be better than an array of inventive dishes to stimulate the palate?

It would be a stretch to call the ten Gamay vines from Julienas in Beaujolais that are planted in the little park next to the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés a vineyard, but their presence connects us to the medieval gardens and the fields that once surrounded the church.

This discreetly modest vineyard with its roots in the same soil that gave life to wines in the Middle Ages affords us the opportunity of sensing the spirit of place in one of Paris' oldest and most renowned quarters.

Walk, talk, think, clink, drink, and eat!
$
40
34
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$
51
87
/ Person
Saint-Preuil, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Duration:
2,5 H
Cognac is a spirit unlike any other. Cognac can be drunk as an aperitif or digestive, as a long drink or a cocktail. During the morning of your workshop, you will participate in a ... morecognac tasting with a certified cognac educator expert who will introduce the elixir of cognac, and help you discover the various distinctive flavors, characteristics, vintages and blends of the great cognacs.

Workshop Details

Provides an appreciation of cognac’s complexities and lets you discover the answer to some of cognac’s intricacies:

What is the essence of cognac?
How does it compare to other spirits (Whisky, Rum, Armagnac)
How can it be compared with perfume?
What are the best ways to enjoy your cognac?

The workshop is :
A workshop completely independent from any cognac trading house or family estate
A professionally Certified Cognac Educator
Small groups from 1 to 12 people
The workshop takes place in a dedicated room.
A presentation and tasting of 3 cognacs from different vintages, ages, and blends.
$
51
87
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
4 H
Discover the vinous spirit of medieval Paris with this unique walk. After strolling through this beautiful historic neighborhood, what could be better than refreshing ourselves with ... morea wine tasting!

It would be a stretch to call the ten Gamay vines from Julienas in Beaujolais that are planted in the little park next to the church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés a vineyard, but their presence connects us to the medieval gardens and the fields that once surrounded the church.

This discreetly modest vineyard with its roots in the same soil that gave life to wines in the Middle Ages affords us the opportunity of sensing the spirit of place in one of Paris' oldest and most renowned quarters.
$
80
69
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$
95
68
/ Person
Caen, Normandy, France
Duration:
5 H
Enjoy a guided food tour around Normandy taking you beyond Mont Saint Michel and the infamous WW2 landing beaches. To the French - Normandy is the region of France that represents ... morethe good life. To the French, Normandy evokes green pastures, grazing cows, lush grass, gentle hills blossoming trees ... Normandy is an extremely picturesque region. And they are right!

Normandy is home to the world-famous Camembert cheese. Camembert is a soft cheese which name sounds like it tastes. According to your pallet, it can be gentle and bubbly to sharp and rough ... just exquisite!

Normandy is also home to Cognacs cousin: Calvados. An apple brandy aged in oak barrels. Calvados is made by apple cider distillation. Cider is made with apple juice; apples locally grow in apple orchards throughout the hills of Normandy.

Our tours take you to the heart of Normandy to discover these local products. You will meet the locals that produce these products and taste lots of these exquisite French culinary products!
$
161
39
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$
176
38
/ Person
Caen, Normandy, France
Duration:
9 H
The best way to discover Normandy is with this full-day guided food and brandy tour of the picturesque western French region.  During the morning you will be introduced to Camembert ... morecheese. We will go to one of the last two standing farms making Camembert cheese. You will have the opportunity to taste various cheeses from Normandy, and see the production, starting with the cows ... by the end of the tour, you will know more about the production of Camembert cheese than most French do. 

We will have lunch in a local village enjoying local products such as seasonal salad, andouille, baguette, teurgoule, butter, cheeses and of course cider.

After lunch, you will be guided to various farms and estates where local hard apple cider and calvados brandy from Normandy are made. You will even try brandy up to 45 years old. 

The final stop of the tour will be to one of Frances nicest villages. You will for sure leave this tour knowing all of Normandy's gems!
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
11 H
Paris, City of love and romance!! Paris capital of France. The Eiffel tower, le Louvre, Notre-Dame... That is all good but it is not real France!! Paris is part of France France is ... morenot Paris!! Our country has so much to offer. Cheese and wine are the keystone of French culture!! Why not going out of the husslte of the city and enjoy Normandy food and cider for one day on a guided tour?

In order to make your journey in Normandy easier, we pick you up in the morning at your hotel in Paris, and take you on our guided tours. We drive you back in the evening to your hotel in Paris. If you are staying a little longer in Normandy to see the landing site of D-day, we take you to your hotel. 

Normandy cider tour and cheese tour are only two hours away from Paris. The day's program is:

Pick up at 7:30am at your hotel in Paris

Cheese tour until noon 

Lunch in Beuvron en Auge (One of france nicest village)

Hard cider tour (ends around 5:30pm)

Ride back to Paris or your hotel in Normandy. 

Please, feel free to ask any question via the message box. Many arrangements are possible :

D-day with our partners in the afternoon,

Pick-up/dropp off from an other city.

Shuttle to the Mont-saint Michel ...
$
86
46
/ Person
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Duration:
2 H
Have you ever wanted to create your own wine? Well, now you have the chance! A 2 hour create your own wine workshop in the center of Paris. With the help of an expert winemaker, you’ll ... moreget to taste and pick the grape varieties you want in your wine, then blend, try, taste again, improve and ultimately create your very own wine.

Once you have created your own unique and personal wine it's time to create a label to showcase your wines style! With our easy to use system, it’s a piece of cake. And a fun one too. You’ll leave this wine workshop experience with a bit of a buzz and the ultimate keepsake from your trip to Paris - your own wine.
$
74
93
/ Person
Dijon, Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
Duration:
3 H
Wines, local cheeses or fine chocolates 2 tastings - 8 to 12 wines including Premier cru Highlights Tasting of Great Burgundy Wines in a vaulted cellar. Selection of red and white ... morewines, including Premier Cru, paired with local cheeses or fine chocolates. Food and wine matching suggestions.

Second wine tasting at a wine estate steeped in family history. Tasting of Pinot Noir wines developed in harmony with the Terroir (soils) and tradition.

Stop off in the charming village of Gevrey-Chambertin « The king of Burgundy wines ».
$
149
86
/ Person
Dijon, Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
Duration:
8 H
Exceptional wines & stroll around Beaune 2 or 3 tastings - 9 to 12 wines including Premier Cru & Grand Cru (up to 25 wines with extra tasting)... more

Highlights

Stop for croissants and a breathtaking view over the Corton Grand Cru hillside in the Côte de Beaune, a unique site in Burgundy for red and white Grand Cru wines.

Prestige tasting: 5 to 7 white and red wines, including exceptional Premier Cru or Grand Cru.

Second tasting in a Pinot Noir amateur’s paradise. Visit the cellars of a boutique winery, housing oak barrels and old vintages.

Lunch and free time in the historical town of Beaune, Burgundy’s wine Capital (about 2 hours). Authentica will happily suggest some of the best places for lunch (not included) where you can enjoy local dishes and cheeses.

Suggested free-time options (*entrance fees not included).

The Hospices de Beaune, one of the region's must-sees* 

or Extensive tasting in a wine cellar (6 to 14 wines)*

or Tasting at the mustard-makers la Moutarderie Fallot (closed on Sundays)*

or The old town and its traditional shops (blackcurrant liquor, mustard, honey spice cake, Flavigny aniseed…)

Burgundy’s « Champs Elysées » with its legendary vineyard plots: Romanée Conti, Chambertin, Clos de Vougeot, Echezeaux,…Take a short stroll amongst the vines of the Côte de Nuits.
$
91
07
/ Person
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Duration:
4,5 H
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 ... more“Route des Châteaux” towards Margaux. Open the door of a 1855 "Grand Cru" property and discover the secrets of wine-making. The visit will conclude with a wine tasting of course! 
Your cabriolet, equipped with a multimedia tablet-guide, is a storytelling car that offers quality commentaries all along the way. Relax, your tablet comes also with a 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.

Bring along some friends for an even more enjoyable experience. You can book several vehicles, and thanks to the “flotilla” mode, your cabriolets will be connected and their position indicated on the tablet.

Example of a Program: 
2:00 pm: Departure from the agency near the "La Cité du Vin" wine museum
2:30 pm: Admire your first vines
3:30 pm: Visit of a 1855 Classified Great Growth Château*, followed by a wine-tasting 
4:30 pm: Legendary castle road to Margaux
6:30 pm: Arrival in Bordeaux. 

*Château: Dauzac, Desmirail, Kirwan, Prieuré-Lichine… according to availability
$
137
18
/ Person
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Duration:
9 H
Visit 2 Châteaux with wine tastings Discover the prestigious Châteaux of the Médoc region! You will drive along small roads by the Gironde river to reach the legendary "Route des Châteaux", ... morethrough the prestigious Margaux, Pauillac, and Saint-Julien appellations. A 1855 Classified Great Growth estate and a charming family property will welcome you for a wine-tasting visit. You will learn all the secrets of wine-making and of course taste their wine! Your cabriolet vehicle is equipped with a multimedia tablet-guide that offers quality commentaries, great history and anecdotes all along the way. Relax, your tablet is also a GPS that will take you to your destination, so that you never get lost.

Great local restaurants are indicated by your tablet throughout your trip. Would you fancy having lunch at an open-air café by the river, a quaint village inn, or at a gastronomic restaurant? It’s up to you to decide! You are free to make detours or stop as and when you please.

Bring along some friends for an even more enjoyable experience. You can book several vehicles and thanks to the “flotilla” mode your vehicles will be connected and their position indicated on the tablet.

Example of a programme: 
9.30am: departure from the Chartrons district of Bordeaux 
10am: admire your first vines
11am: wine-tasting visit in a 1855 "Grand Cru Classé" Château*
Free lunch (not included)
Afternoon: legendary Castle Road and wine-tasting visit in a family property**
18.30: arrival in Bordeaux. 

*Château: Dauzac, Desmirail, Kirwan, Prieuré-Lichine... according to availability
**Château: Siran, Chasse-Spleen... according to availability
$
114
12
/ Person
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Duration:
7 H
1 visit of a medieval castle, or wine château At the wheel of your cabriolet convertible, take a drive through the "Graves" countryside, Montesquieu's native region (world famous philosopher ... moreand politician). During this getaway, you can choose between a guided visit of the "Château de La Brède" - Montesquieu's home - and a wine-tasting visit of a Classified Great Growth Château.

Discover at your own pace the Graves wine region, dotted with family estates as well as with the most prestigious "Pessac-Léognan" names. You are guided but free to make stops or detours as and when you please. 

Our vehicles tell stories as they are equipped with a multimedia GPS tablet guide. More than mere vehicles, they offer an unparalleled tourism experience, for fun and interactive getaways.

Bring along some friends for an even more enjoyable driving experience: several moving vehicles can be linked together, so you remain in control of your own tour!

Example of a program:
10:30 am: departure from the agency, in the Chartrons area of Bordeaux
1 pm: make a stop at the "Sources de Caudalie", worldwide known for its vinotherapy spa and grape skincare products
2 pm: lunch (not included)
4 pm: guided visit of the "Château de la Brède", or wine-tasting visit in a Pessac-Léognan "Grand Cru Classé" Château*
5:30 pm: arrival in Bordeaux

*Château: Carbonnieux, Olivier... according to availability
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