Bordeaux Between Stones and Vineyards
It’s hard to venture to Bordeaux without exploring the beautiful wine region the city is famous for. Véronique is from this region and can give you all the insider tips on how to uncover the city’s rich cultural heritage while touring the region’s famous wineries and chateaux.
VeronicTravel organizes tours with her personal touch for amateurs of wine in the chateaux of the Medoc, Graves, Entre deux Mers, and in the St Emilion regions.
Bordeaux History, Gastronomy & Wine
This itinerary is comprised of a few days in Bordeaux to visit the city’s famous historic district and its monuments, while indulging in gastronomic meals and drink. The tour will be followed by a stay in Saint Emilion to visit the town’s vineyards, meander in the charming stone-cobbled streets, while enjoying all the delicacies Saint Emilion has to offer. VeronicTravel will organize guided tours to famed and less known chateaux in the area, where guests will have the opportunity to taste the world-class wine and even have the experience of dining in a chateau. If time or interest allows, guests can also have the opportunity to discover Arcachon Bay and the famous dunes of the area.
This tour will include, but is not limited to
- A panoramic tour of the gorgeous city of Bordeaux
- Wine tastings in typical wine bars
- An excursion to the medieval St Emilion and its surrounding chateaux and wineries
Experience Beautiful Vineyards in Bordeaux Region
Explore the prestigious wine regions surrounding Bordeaux, including the Medoc, the Graves, and a stay in charming St Emilion.
VeronicTravel will organize guided tours to famed and lesser known chateaux in the area, where guests will have the opportunity to taste world-class wine and even have the experience of dining in a château.
A Day in St Emilion
A holiday in the Bordeaux region would be incomplete without a visit to the charming medieval town of St Emilion. Stay in a château of St Emilion is the ideal place to enjoy the town and its impressive underground. Activities here include anything from discovering the vineyards by horse or bike, wine tasting and gastronomic lunches in town or in a countryside auberge.
Bordeaux, Wine & Culture
Dear Veronique, Nick and I enjoyed the trip enormously. We talk about it every day, and have been telling our friends about it. I think about how all the people we came in contact with were so well informed and enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge. We were so fortunate to be welcomed in chateaux, chalets, and hotel particulier. You certainly have a lot of friends! We saw the beauty of Bordeaux and it’s regions and sampled its bounty, and felt your love and connection to it and its history. Thank you for sharing all this with us!