Châteaux et Terroirs
Châteaux et Terroirs
Châteaux et Terroirs
Châteaux et Terroirs

Chateaux & Terroirs, on the Bordeaux wine roads

From 50€ / pers

Do you have only a few hours to discover the Bordeaux wine country? Then this "flying visit" is just for you! Are you interested in seeing mythical châteaux in the Médoc? Famous estates in Saint-Emilion? The "golden" wines of Sauternais? Yes, but there is so much more! Bordeaux also has plenty of lesser-known appellations, small family estates, affordable wines, etc.

  • A good overview for a first visit
  • Tour conducted by official guides with professional card, in French and in English
  • An attractive price for a first discovery of the Bordeaux vineyards
  • Discover the amazing underground church of Saint-Emilion
  • Due to the European Heritage Days on September 22, the destination is the Médoc on that day.

With this tour you will discover the diversity of the Bordeaux wines during an afternoon session every week. The destination is different every day and each one has its own special charms!

Saint-Emilion, the name of a famous charming village and of delicious wines, on Monday & Sunday.You will start with the visit of the amazing underground church in the Saint-Emilion village followed by a guided tour in the small streets. Then the tour continues with a visit to one wine estate in Saint-Emilion appellation or surroundings where you will learn about the winemaking process by discovering the vat room, the cellars with all the barrels, etc.. A tasting of 2 wines will be offered.

The Medoc on Tuesdays & Saturdays and Entre-deux-Mers on Thursdays with the visit of 2 wineries and wine tasting. Your guide will remind you at this point that you first of all taste wine with your eyes and nose!  

Visit the Graves and Sauternais on Wednesdays to discover two beautiful wineries and taste all the colors of the wines, one in Graves and one in Sauternais.

Bourg & Blaye on Fridays is a nice wine region North of Bordeaux along the Gironde Estuary; two familial properties will open their doors to show you how they make the wine; a tasting of 2 wines at each chateau is on the program.

Departure at 1:30pm / return at 6:30pm

Monday Saint-Emilion

Tuesday Medoc

Wednesday Graves & Sauternais

Thursday Entre deux Mers 

Friday Blaye & Bourg

Saturday Medoc

Sunday Saint Emilion


The tour is not available for children under 5 because of security and insurance reasons.

Due to the European Heritage Days on September 22, the destination is the Médoc on that day.

Organized by Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de Bordeaux Métropole

by Bordeaux Tourism & Conventions
Bordeaux Tourist Office partner

Sustainable commitments

Bordeaux Tourism & Conventions has the following certifications for its sustainable management: Accueil Vélo, Tourism and handicap and ISO 20121.

Good to know



What's included

Professional guide, transportation by coach, visit of 1 winery including wine tasting (limited by the French law), entrance to the underground church of Saint-Emilion or visit of 2 wineries and wine tasting in the other wine regions.

Not included

Personal expenses

Number of participants

From 10 to 50

Good to know

Be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure time

Please present one ticket per person; the tour is not available for children under 5 (no babies).

Meeting point

12 Cours du 30 Juillet, Bordeaux, France

They had this experience

Medoc tour
Angelika Wegrzyn 06/20/2024
I enjoyed it, it was very good price compare to other tours, good introduction to Medoc
Very good
Nadine Delabie 06/19/2024
Very good,
Interesting tour
Joseph Wallace 06/19/2024
Overall good experience and wine. Not always easy to follow the commentary in English.

Answer from Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de Bordeaux Métropole

Dear Mr Wallace, We thank you for your message. We have noted your feedback and forwarded it to our guide in order to improve the quality of our next tours. We hope you enjoyed your stay in Bordeaux. Best regards Bordeaux Metropole Tourist Office
Appreciative of wine tour put on by the Tourism Centre in Bordeaux
ruth cherry 05/20/2024
The people working at the Tourism are super - they are friendly and knowledgeable and it was a pleasure to go in several times to book a tour, obtain information and buy the City Guide for 72 hours, worth every penny. The driver on the wine tour navigated the roads well, and the guide spoke throughout the whole road trip, very knowledgeable. I was really pleased that the Wednesday tour was for the wines in Sautern and Graves section of Bordeaux as I like sweet and not dry wines and specifically had asked for a sweet wine tour, so I couldn't believe my luck The only flaw is that we did end up going to a dry wine chateau near the city of Bordeaux, which is not what I had been told, and to one sweet wine chateau. The tour of the Sautern wine grove was interesting, well orchestrated and we had the actual tasting in the store area, where they have a well-lit room, and many different varieties on display for sale. The wine was also good. The second wine grove/chateau is going organic next year, good information, but they did not sell much and that could be that they need to re-vamp their store so that tastings can take place there. The actual store is dark, small and had 3 bottles of wine under plexi-glass, so it was not inviting. So, I appreciate the experience for such a reasonable price, and the people on the bus tour, the guide and driver were nice.