From Bordeaux To St Emilion, Discover The Bordeaux Wines

Saint-Emilion wine route is renowned not only for its wines but for the village of Saint-Emillion itself, dominating the Dordogne valley from its hilltop position. Let your Deluxe Drivers experts guide you to appreciate the authentic experience of Bordeaux best wines

If you are visiting Bordeaux, take a full day to discover the beauty of Saint Emilion with an English speaking knowledgeable driver. This wonderful medieval village is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This full-day wine tour from Bordeaux will enable to uncover many of the treasures of St Emilion. The architectural heritage of the town can be admired by walking along the cobblestone street. Don’t miss the biggest monolithic church of Europe and its famous ancient bell. Wine wise, visit the impressive Chateau Villemaurine with its wonderful cellars; the Barde Haut, whose vineyard forms a natural amphitheatre offering a beautiful view to the valley of Dordogne; or the Chateau Ambe Tour Pourret who proposes wine pairings with chocolate and cheese. The list can be largely extended, and each château has its own particularities and charm.Make a stop in Bouliac, a little town close to Bordeaux with interesting history and a good choice of restaurants.

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