Let's craft your personalized itinerary to discover the most beautiful and famous vineyards in France.
Enjoy your wine tour tasting local products, visiting vineyards, castles and their wine cellars..
14 days and 13 nights
Price starts at €7,460,00 per person
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its landscapes and chateaux, the Loire Valley has a unique lifestyle and world-famous vineyards. Its 1,000-km wine route reveals historic monuments and prestigious wine districts.
From Nantes to Sancerre, the Loire Valley vineyards stretch along the majestic river of the same name. You will follow it along the longest wine route in France. Underground villages, chateaux, gardens and royal abbeys are revealed in a landscape of hills and plains.
The great and historic wine region of Burgundy is best known for the exceptional wines of the Côte d'Or, with its Premiers Crus and Grands Crus, whether organic, biodynamic, natural or more conventional.
The Bourgogne vineyards extend 230 km from north to south, from Auxerre to Mâcon, and offer a large diversity of wines, which are among the most famous in the world. Here the wine-growing district is king and divided into Climats, the name given to the individual areas of vineyard.
The Champagne wine region is one of the most prestigious not only in France but also worldwide. Champagne is a French treasure, exclusively produced in the Champagne region located in northeastern France.
Champagne production is a complex and highly-regulated process, ensuring the highest quality and consistency of each bottle. The grapes used in champagne production are typically a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier.
The vineyards of Bordeaux are the largest fine-wine vineyards in the world. The diversity of the wine-growing districts allows for the production of many different types of wines such as reds, dry or sweet whites, rosés, light reds and sparkling whites. These different wine districts provide the key stops along the Bordeaux Wine Route. The Bordeaux vineyards include 6,000 chateaux, historic villages, medieval cities, archeological sites and ancient Roman churches. The winegrowers open up their vineyards for wine tastings, wine courses and numerous cultural and gourmet discoveries.
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