This tour is ideal for the wine enthusiasts! Your full-day experience will include 3 visits and wine tasting sessions in Classified Growth Château of the Saint Emilion appellation or surrounding (Pomerol, Fronsac).
- In-depth visits of 3 wineries including tasting sessions
- Taste fabulous wines, guided by a knowledgeable hand
- Small-group size insures a more personalized experience
Visits and wine tasting sessions
Walking tour of the village of Saint-Emilion
English / French speaking qualified guide
Transportation by recent, fully equipped and comfortable Mercedes minivans
Free WIFI on board
Lunch and drinks except those mentioned
Personal insurance and expenses
Gratuities for the driver
Voucher and ID
Comfortable walking shoes
|Participants||Maximum of 8 persons per group|
At least 2 adults are required for this activity to take place
In case minimum numbers are not reached we will offer to reschedule or refund your tour
Departure from Bordeaux Tourism Office
Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time
This activity operates rain or shine
This tour is organized by Ophorus
A full day tour in the Saint-Emilion appellation to discover the famous and typical village, the estates and the legendary wines.
09.30am Depart from Bordeaux Tourism Office. Located on the right bank of the Dordogne River, the thousand-year-old vineyards of the Saint-Emilion area boast a worldwide reputation.
10.30am Arrive in Saint-Emilion and participate in a visit and wine tasting session in a Classified Growth Château of the appellation. During the visit you will discover the technical facilities of the Château and understand the vinification process. Then, enjoy a personalized wine tasting session.
11.30am Visit of a second Classified Château followed by a local wine tasting..
12.30pm Enjoy some free time for lunch and personal discovery.
Then, discover the gorgeous village of Saint-Emilion thanks to a guided walking tour.
3.30pm Experience a third and last visit & wine tasting session of a local and carefully selected winery in Saint-Emilion or surroundings (Pomerol, Fronsac, Lalande de Pomerol …). Here, the predominant grape variety is Merlot, often blended with Cabernet Franc and smaller quantities of Cabernet Sauvignon.
5:30pm Return to Bordeaux Tourism Office.