Choose between private and small-group Medoc tours.
A typical itinerary for a full-day wine tour includes visit of three wineries with a stop for lunch. A tour will take you to wineries in one or several Medoc appellations: Margaux, Saint Julien, Pauillac, Saint Estephe, or Haut Medoc.
A full-day wine tour usually takes 8-9 hours including about an hour drive from and back to the city of Bordeaux.
The 4 to 5 hours half-day Medoc wine tour typically includes a visit to 2 wineries, often in Margaux, the appellation closest to Bordeaux. You can choose between the morning and the afternoon departures.
Check your specific tour itinerary with the tour operator.
Here are some suggestions for your Medoc wine tours from TripAdvisor/Viator.
Most of these options include transportation to wineries. Small-group tour prices usually include tasting fees at a winery pre-selected by your tour company.
On a private tour, you may have to pay tasting fees directly to the wineries of your choice.
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