Wine tasting Tours/Trips in France
Find a Wine tasting trip that explores France. There is 1 tours to choose from, that range in length from 4 days up to 4 days. The most popular month for these tours is March, which has the most tour departures.
1 Wine tasting trip through France with 1 review
Taste Burgundy Like A Local
4 day wine tasting tour through Beaune, La Rochepot, Puligny Montrachet and 4 other destinations in France
- Enjoy a wine and cheese tasting master-class in the heart of Paris where you’ll all you need to know about different varieties of French cheese and wine pairing.
- Follow the champagne trail all the way to the picturesque villages and vineyards in Reims and Epernay.
- Discover the delights of Bordeaux, the oldest wine growing region in France. Visit the local food market and sip on decadent dessert wines at Sauternes.
- Taste the world’s best Merlots and Cabernets on the left bank, visit prestigious chateaus and indulge in gourmet local cuisine at gorgeous medieval villages.
- Soak up the delights of the white, sandy Arcachon Bay. Marvel at the sight of Europe’s largest sand dune and tuck into some ocean fresh oysters paired with the finest wines of this region.
- Explore the secrets hidden in oak scented cognac cellars, listen to the stories of expert wine makers and sip on some delectable cognac accompanied by sophisticated appetizers.
- Wander through the enchanting countryside and meet authentic wine makers in glistening vineyards and enjoy the romantic, elegant tones of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wine.
- Bike around the Gironde wine growing region and its charming villages, making your way around pine scented forests, shimmering lakes and historic ruins.
- Choose a wine tour based on your wine preferences to make it more interesting and relevant.
- September is the perfect time to visit as it is the harvest season. March to June and October-November are other popular time frames for wine tours.
- Enjoy a maximum of two or three wine tastings in a day.
- Always start with white wine during a wine tasting session. This can be followed by sweet wine, dry wine, rose wine and red wine.
- Do not swallow the wine after you’ve finished swilling. Spit it out in the bucket provided.
- The fumes emanating from wine can be quite heady during the afternoons in the summer season.
- Try not to rush the tasting process, take the time to discover your own palette and identify your preferences.
- Don’t hesitate to ask questions, French vintners love to talk about their products and the process.