Wine tourism in Knowledge: Visit the wineries, cellars and winegrowers

At the foot of the Alps in France , the Savoie vineyards perched up to an altitude of 500 meters are an original experience for any wine lover. Winalist invites you to discover the best wine experiences in Savoie . Visit the most beautiful wine cellars, share unique moments with the winegrowers with family, alone or with friends. On weekdays and weekends, our partners offer you an oenological experience that suits you.

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  • Cave Chez Nathalie
  • Mots et Vins

Visits and tastings in the Savoie region

  • Winery tour and tasting
    Domaine De L'idylle

    Domaine De L'idylle

    Winery tour and tasting

    From €8.00 / person • 1h00

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  • Guided tour of the Alps terroir
    Domaine De L'idylle

    Domaine De L'idylle

    Guided tour of the Alps terroir

    From €30.00 / person • 2h00

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What you need to know before visiting Savoie

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Discover the wines of Savoie during an authentic experience

The wine-growing area in Savoie covers 2,100 hectares. There are 3 regional appellations (Savoie, Seyssel, Roussette de Savoie) produced in the 4 departments of Haute-Savoie, Savoie, Ain and Isère. While strolling in this vineyard, you will be able to discover all the richness of the heritage of the region. Oenological workshops, wine tasting accompanied by cheese, or even weekend in a chalet, the most authentic experiences are to be discovered among our selection of winegrower partners. Mountain lovers, the wine-growing landscapes of Savoy are waiting for you for a unique wine tourism stay. You will always find an authentic wine experience at a Winalist partner.

Good to know: The Savoyard vineyard is ideal for white wine lovers, with at least 70% of the production coming from white grape varieties. A majority of the 23 Savoie grape varieties are of local origin. The story goes, however, that the Savoy fruit bat was imported from Cyprus during the Crusades.

The wine routes in Savoie

There are 3 wine routes in Savoie. The Chautagne and Jongieux route from Chambéry to the Bourget du Lac makes you discover the wines of Marestelet, Jongieux and Monthoux. Follow the Rhône to your next stopover: the town of Seyssel and its wine cellars. Continuing your road towards Aix-les-Bains, you cross the territory of Roussette. If you are starting your journey in Chambéry, head south to discover the vines of Isère. In Thonon-les-Bains, you can go around Lake Geneva, and taste tasty white wines (marignan, marin, crepy, etc.) throughout your journey.

How to book a wine weekend in Savoie?

With Winalist, wine tourism in Savoie is just one click away! Thanks to our search platform, discover the vineyards and castles that look like you. Select your next destination using your search criteria. Book your experience on the date and time of your choice. Once your activity has been booked, you will receive a confirmation, as well as a reminder. Most of our harvesting partners in the region welcome you on Saturdays and Sundays. Winalist is the leading wine tourism platform in Savoie and France.

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