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Médoc Half-Day Wine Tour from Bordeaux

Highlights
  • Half-day wine tour through the Médoc region from Bordeaux
  • Enjoy a wine tasting at two classified growth chateaux
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
Médoc Half-Day Wine Tour from Bordeaux
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Overview
Enjoy the idyllic scenery and world-class wines on a half-day wine tour of the Médoc region from Bordeaux. Visit two classified growth chateaux wine estates for guided wine tastings. Admire the spectacular scenery surrounding them and along the drives. Pass other famous chateaux, such as Palmer and Chateaux Margaux.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in Bordeaux for your morning or afternoon small-group wine tour of the Médoc region and climb aboard the waiting vehicle to start the tour. Admire the natural and beauty of the landscape as your guide drives you from Bordeaux toward the first winery stop of the day. All wine estates visited will either be Classified Growth or Crus Bourgeois appellations.

The Médoc produces some of the most renowned red wines in the Bordeaux area and it’s also one of the best places in France to go wine tasting. Start your half-day wine tour at a prestigious classified growth chateau, where you’ll sample some of the esteemed wines and hear about what it takes to make it.

Back in your comfortable minivan, continue your tour along the Castle Road (Route des Chateaux) past famous chateaux like Palmer and Margaux. Learn about the history of the Médoc region en route to another classified growth chateau in the region for another wine tasting. Learn about the history of the wine estate and get another perspective on wine-making in the Médoc.

Relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you head back to Bordeaux.
Reviews (44)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Nice tour to Margaux

Interesting tour for anyone interested in wine production. We visited two Chateaus in Margaux, one was amazing (Chateau Marquis de Terme), the other one was rather disappointing. As it is owned by a Chinese investor, the vine tasting was led by a Chinese guy, who...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank 615judits
Reviewed 6 October 2018 via mobile
Fantastic tour with Karim

A fantastic wine tour of Medoc. Karim our guide was so much fun and incredibly enthusiastic about his job. His wealth of knowledge was vast. The car trips were entertaining and inclusive of all involved. Would highly recommend, especially if you have the opportunity to...More

Thank Walkabou
Reviewed 23 September 2018
Margaux in the Médoc

Very interesting tour for anyone interested in, or just curious about, wine and wine production in the Médoc. Ophorus apparently visit several chateaux in the region and we were lucky enough to visit two in Margaux: Chateau Lascombes and Chateau Siran. Our tour guide, Simon,...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank LDR1999
Reviewed 6 August 2018
Enjoyable

Great service from the start. Met on time at the Tourist Office and quickly on our way in a very comfortable air conditioned van. Only 6 in the group so feels personal and more intimate compared with other bus tours and our guide, Angelique was...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank janewill2015
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile
Disappointed

The wine tasting was from off years. Not much wine to taste and no cheese/meat with the tadting. Felt cheap. The tour guide was pretty good - did not say much on the way back. The tour guide did some nice basic explanation of wine...More

3  Thank Carl B
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