Wine tours in lush French vineyards attract wine lovers to enjoy a good glass of wine on a whole new level. From handpicking ripened grapes in gorgeous vineyards to the art of hand-crafting wines, French vineyards offer an impressive experience of life that surrounds the production of wine. Here are 6 Gorgeous Vineyards in France for Wine lovers.
Bordeaux hosts gorgeous medieval wine towns like St-Émilion. Château Ausone and Château Angelus are known as a producer of St-Émilion’s finest wines. There are many lush vineyards with breathtaking scenic beauty. Some of the estates like Château Marquis de Vauban offer wine tasting tours and fine dining. Château Marquis de Vauban offers wine tours where you get to know great details about wine production.
Burgundy or Bourgogne is located in eastern France. The Burgundy region is one of the vineyards in France listed as a UNESCO world heritage site for its great variety of vineyards referred to as Climats (small plots of vineyards) which produce some of the most popular wines in the world. There are mountain bikes, e- scooters, horse riding and many enjoyable ways to explore the Burgundy vineyards.
The wine region in Rhone is spread across the beautiful Rhone valley in southern France. Rhone produces diverse types of wines. There are 14 scenic wine routes which you can explore by foot, bikes or cars to enjoy wine tasting with local delicacies.
Of the many vineyards in France, Champagne vineyards are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site for the special characteristics of its vineyards. Champagne vineyards are the only place that produces the world’s most sparkling royal drink – champagne. There are scenic Champagne Tourist Routes to explore the vineyards.
The legendary wine growing region located in Provence, southwestern France is a group of 430 vineyards and wine cellars. There are wine tours with fine dining which will take you through scenic vineyard trips including Mediterranean shoreline, mountains and beautiful small villages.
Learn about methodical ways of producing wines like Rancios secs (wine breeding). The wine tours include tasting different flavours of Roussillon and sightseeing at traditional farmhouses and castles with authentic French architecture.