Medoc Peninsula – Full Day Wine Tour From Bordeaux

The Médoc is a region of France, well known as a wine growing region, located in the département of Gironde, on the left bank of the Gironde estuary, north of Bordeaux

After being picked up in the most popular European city of Bordeaux, we’ll drive you all the way through the Route des Châteaux to take you to the most prestigious wine region in the world, the Medoc Peninsula. Indeed, get ready for a major visit in some of the world-famous châteaux of this region. Ranging from Renaissance palaces to 19th-century mansions, Deluxe Drivers experts guarantee a very lively and varied full day tour. Meet the winemakers and taste fine wines. You will have the opportunity to uncover estates such as Margaux, Palmer, Lafite, Latour, Mouton, and others. Of course, you cannot visit such castles without enjoying your wine tastings kindly offered by the different winemakers. Stop at some of the Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé 1855 classified estates and experience some of the world-renowned wines again. Whether you’re a wine expert or novice wine lover, this tour dedicates to the culture of Medoc will exceed your expectations! Your Deluxe France experts will recommend combining this tour with the city tours of Margaux and Pauillac villages that suggest the most architecturally interesting wine chateaux around the Medoc.

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