Bordeaux Vineyards Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip

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Bordeaux Vineyards Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip
from USD $54.40
Explore the cellars and vineyards of Bordeaux’s wineries on this 5-hour tour, and enjoy tastings along the way. Travel into the countryside outside Bordeaux by air-conditioned coach and hear your guide talk of the area’s winemaking history. With the precise itinerary changing daily, discover wineries in the Bourg & Blaye wine region (Mondays), Entre-deux-Mers (Tuesday, you will meet the owner),Saint-Emilion territories (Wednesdays and Sunday), 1 winery and the visit of the underground church), Graves and Sauternes (Fridays) Médoc (Thursdays and Saturdays). Tour the cellars with a guide and marvel at the row after row of vines disappearing into the distance. Enjoy two tasting sessions on your tour and gain an understanding of the delicate flavors at work. On Wednesdays and Sundays, enjoy the guided tour of the Saint-Emilion village with the underground church and 1 wine estate.
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In Brief

Bordeaux, France
5 hours
January to March
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
April 1 - November 15
November 16 - December 31
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
Important InfoInfo
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Office de Tourisme de Bordeaux, 12 cours du 30 Juillet, 33080, Bordeaux France

This is the meeting point for the tour. Please wait for the guide and follow him to the coach.
You can also visit the boutique with lots of nice souvenirs.

Duration: 15 minutes


  • Wine tasting (volume according French regulations)
  • Professional guide (who will be speaking both French and English during the tour)
  • Air-conditioned vehicle


  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Hotel pickup and drop off

Departure Time

1:30 PM

Departure Point

Tourist Information Office, 12 Cours du 30 Juillet, 33000 Bordeaux, France

Returns To

Returns to original departure point

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1 day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability
  • This tour is open to adults over 18 only
  • Please note the tour is conducted in English and French at the same time
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Max travelers: 53 people
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour is made to give a good overview of the Bordeaux vineyards
  • Mondays and Tuesdays are regions with small wine estates and you often meet the owner
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 53 travelers

Booking Information

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Cancellation Terms

This trip is fully refundable up to 96 hours prior to the commencement of your trip.

Booking Terms and Conditions

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Scoring an average traveller rating of 5 out of 5 based on the last 24 recent reviews

A lovely day out - got to see a lot of the Bordeaux region, Glass on wine and onion soup in St Emilion village
• Submitted 13 Feb 2020
We went on two half-days trips, to two different regions of Bordeaux, with two different guides, and found both tours equally interesting and enjoyable. Both trips were with large groups, Our first tour was to the Medoc region. Our guide Christine explained as we travelled the history of wine growing, speaking both in French then in English. We visited two chateaux where upon arriving we were split into French and English speaking groups. We learnt further about the chateaux we were visiting, the grapes they were growing and the wine they produced, sampling two wines at each chateaux. Our second tour was to St Emillion and the beautiful Chateaux Pressac. Brigitte, our tour guide, once again explained the history of wine growing as we travelled, but delivered the explanation in a different style to our first guide so it was still very interesting (speaking both in French then in English). Brigitte also explained the history of St Emillions in both languages, pointing out lots of interesting items as we walked through the village and churches. We remained in one large group on arriving at the Chateaux Pressac, where the company guide spoke French then in English about the grapes which were being grown and the wine produced. Again we sampled two wines. As non-drivers we think these tours are a good experience to see in a very short space of time the countryside, villages and chateaux of Bordeaux whilst at the same time learning more about the wine industry.
• Submitted 19 Sep 2019
Very knowledgeable tour guide . Nice bus with a friendly driver. Worth the price considering renting a car would be more,
• Submitted 16 Sep 2019
So glad we did this trip and got to see the amazing St Emillion. Our tour guide Beatrice was great, as was the winetasting tour at the chateau
• Submitted 03 Jul 2019
Excellent tour. Though it did seem that the guide spent more time talking in French, when there were more wanting to hear the English version only 2 people wanting French compared to around 20 others. St Emillion was fantastic. I would recommend choosing the Sunday as your option to see this beautiful town.
• Submitted 22 Feb 2018
Great tour to see some of the Medoc scenery and to get detailed explanations and tastings at two vineyards. Bruno was very informative and talked practically the whole time about what we were seeing and about the history of the Medoc and the wines. Half a day was just the right amount of time.
• Submitted 18 Feb 2018
Lovely tour.
• Submitted 03 Jan 2018
It was a very nice trip, would be nice to have more time on the vineyards but is totally understandable due to the limited time we had. Anyway, it was a great experience and a nice opportunity to know the 'art of wine' in Bordeaux Nonetheless, maybe more balance between the french and english would be nice, sometimes it seemed the french version was the most profound
• Submitted 19 Nov 2017
Beautiful scenery, friendly guide, and wonderful wine.
• Submitted 04 Nov 2017
This was a great trip to get a feel for the Bordeaux wine area. You visit a traditional style vineyard that utilises old methods for the production of the Sauternes style wine. The second winery is a more modern operation producing white and red varieties. Staff at both wineries gave a comprehensive and interesting talk about their vineyard and their wine making operations
• Submitted 09 Sep 2017
We took the Sunday half day trip to Saint Emilion. The village was stunning and the chateau/wine tasting exactly as imagined. Couldn't have been better.
• Submitted 23 Aug 2017
The half day tour was just good to visit Saint Emilion and then a small wineyard. The guide brought us to a church in a cave and explained the interesting and unexpected history very well. The owner of the wineyard explained the whole wine process very good and thus realising that wine making is a highly sensitive process. All in all it was a worthwile tour and I can recommend this to everyone!
• Submitted 22 Aug 2017
It was great, I enjoy touring vineyards and find that the owners are more than happy to tell you all about what they do.
• Submitted 09 Jul 2017
We had a great time a this tour. Three wine yards growing ecological wine. Interesting tasting and lots of information about Bordeaux and their wine history. Beautiful views of Bordeaux landscapes. The guide was very informative and easy to talk with.
• Submitted 21 May 2017
Excellent, good value trip. If you are interested in wines and, frankly, even if you are not this is a fascinating trip with a visit to 2 beautiful chateaux. The owners of the chateax and wine producers were interesting and very amusing and made the visit so good with the tour and presentation. Very good guide and, for the money, this was the best thing that I did when I visited Bordeaux.
• Submitted 18 May 2017
Absolutely loved this tour! Being able to spend time in a region of France where wine making is truly part of the community was an awesome experience. The knowledge shared by the owners of the vineyards throughout the day was very interesting and covered a vast array of areas from our time spent looking at the grapes on the vines, to the cellar where the wine is stored and even wrapping up with the bottling process. Tour group size was relatively small, would highly recommend!
• Submitted 19 Apr 2017
The tour was fabulous. We were provided with a detailed history of San Emillion, and a most welcomed amazing tour of the historical church. Absolutely amazing!!! Following the tour of the gorgeous town, and some spare time to wonder around the cobbled stoned streets and visit some amazing art/craft, wine stores, we stopped off at one of the many wineries for a little bit of history and a welcomed wine tasting. This was an exceptional tour, definitely a must do. Thanks Viator.
• Submitted 29 Dec 2016
Thoroughly enjoyed this experience. Appreciated being taken to two very different wine producers. The first was a family run business and the second was owned and run by a large company. Loads of interesting information about wine production and great tasting wines at both chateaux to savour. Well worth it!
• Submitted 25 Sep 2016
Great trip! Fabulous guide and wonderful wineries. The tours and generous tastings were worth every euro. We would highly recommend this tour and these wineries.
• Submitted 24 Aug 2016
Really enjoyable. Definitely recommend to others, and we'd do it again.
• Submitted 12 Aug 2016
Nicolas was awesome! He shared a wealth of information about Bordeaux and Saint Emilion! We enjoyed the tour and will recommend it to everyone.
• Submitted 02 Aug 2016
This tour was amazing!
• Submitted 05 Jul 2016
Very cool! Bruno was a great tour guide - I also just want to mention that if you printed out a voucher from online, you have to go to the Bordeaux Office of Tourism and exchange it for an actual ticket. Saint Emilion was gorgeous and the proprietor of a vinery herself gave us a tour of the place, an explanation of how the wine production process goes, and we also had the chance to taste two different wines. This trip has made me want to join a whole-day trip in the future!
• Submitted 27 Jun 2016
Really really good, way better than expected! The whole tour was in english, the sites were gorgeous and we tasted at least 6-7 types of wine!
• Submitted 24 Jun 2016

In Brief

Bordeaux, France
5 hours
January to March
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
April 1 - November 15
November 16 - December 31
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday