Bordeaux Wine Tours & Tastings


Bordeaux Wine Tour Guide

I will organize a customized Bordeaux wine tour for your group – arrange winery visits, transport, English-speaking guide and book an excellent restaurant for lunch.  

Feel free to ask any questions about Bordeaux and the wineries.

1. Decide whether you want to go on a private tour or with a group

Private tours offer to pick up and drop off.  Even if you are staying outside of the city of Bordeaux, you can arrange a pick-up with private tours.

You can often select wineries you want to visit and tour them at your own pace. 

Note that private tour prices may be quoted for the group or per person. 

Small-group tours take up to 8 people in a minivan.  Group tours usually depart from the Office of Tourism.

I do not recommend large-group tours on a coach bus – you will spend more time waiting for others than touring and tasting. 

2. Pick your preferred Bordeaux wine region

Popular options: Medoc, Saint-Emilion, Pessac-Leognan/Graves and Sauternes.  

You can combine two regions but keep in mind that driving distances may be significant between different Bordeaux wine regions.

Medoc vs. Saint Emilion

3. Pick tour duration 

On a full-day tour, you would typically visit 3 wineries and stop for lunch.  

Half-day tours to the Medoc include 2 wineries, while half-day tours to Saint-Emilion include 1 winery and a visit of the town of Saint Emilion.

4. Wine tastings in Bordeaux

See some options for Bordeaux wine tastings without leaving the city below.



Most Popular Medoc Private Wine Tours

Most Popular Saint-Emilion Private Wine Tours

Small-group Saint-Emilion Wine Tours

Small-group Medoc Wine Tours

Wine Tastings in the City of Bordeaux

Bordeaux Wine Tours by Region

Map of Bordeaux Wine Regions

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