2-Night Wine Tour Break for 2 in Bordeaux with Extras
With this special break in Bordeaux for 2 people, you will visit a prestigious Grand Cru Classé Château, for a full tour of the estate and cellars and a tasting of the Château's celebrated wines.
Following a short-guided tour of the UNESCO medieval village, you will then visit a family run St Emilion Château, where the process of vinification will be explained in detail.
A tasting session of the estate's wines will then ensue before your guide takes your back to Bordeaux at the end of the day.
Your guide will teach you about the famous Bordeaux blends, tasting wines that are made from 100% Cabarnet Sauvignon and 100% merlot.
- French wine workshop
- "Tour of France": tasting 4 wines from different French regions
- Opportunity to create your own blend, based on your tastes and preferences
- Traditional lunch before setting off in a mini-bus to the world-famous St Emilion vineyards
- Experience is for 2 people
- Valid 12 months
- Subject to availability
- Available mid-week and weekends
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