Visit the most beautiful wine estates and cellars of Bordeaux

The Bordeaux vineyard has not finished surprising you. From the great classified growths to the authentic wines of small producers, the Bordeaux region is the cradle of wine and wine tourism lovers. Winalist offers you a selection of the best experiences in the vineyards, castles and cellars of the Bordeaux region. To discover with friends, alone, or with family, take advantage of this remarkable heritage region during the week as well as the weekend. The wine routes are waiting for you!

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Bordeaux: the most famous vineyard in the world

Taste the wines of Libournais during a privileged visit to Château la Croizille, learn the wine and cheese pairings at Château Pape Clément, or even take advantage of a wine discovery tour in the heart of Bordeaux .

Our winemakers open the doors of the largest grape varieties, producing the finest wines recognized worldwide:

Book a wine discovery workshop in the Bordeaux region and discover the secrets of winegrower making, immersed in a vineyard.

There are 6 wine routes in Bordeaux. The Medoc and its route of the castles, the region of Saint-Emilion and its medieval village, the road of the cornice between Blaye and Bourg and many others. Wine tourism in Bordeaux is a central activity in the economic and cultural life of the region: tastings, evenings with winegrowers, wine workshops, so many activities that transmit and promote the millennial wine activity of the Bordeaux region!

Did you know ? The village of Saint-Emilion owes its name to a Breton monk named Émilion who, on his return from his pilgrimage to Compostela, stopped in the village which today bears his name.

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How to book a wine weekend in Bordeaux?

With Winalist, wine tourism in Bordeaux is just one click away! Thanks to our research platform, discover the vineyards and castles that look like you. Select your next destination using your search criteria. Book your experience at the date and time of your choice. Once your activity is booked, you will receive a confirmation and a reminder. The majority of our partner harvesters are open on Saturday and Sunday, and welcome you for a wine tourism weekend. Winalist is the leading wine tourism platform in Bordeaux and France, and offers you the chance to taste the best rated wines, which have received many positive reviews.

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