The Best Wine Tours in France

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French wines are considered some of the best in the world.
French wines are considered some of the best in the world. (Image: low view of a wine glass with wine and grapes and napkin image by David Smith from Fotolia.com)

France produces some of the best wines in the world. An escorted wine tour through the French countryside is a lovely way to travel and experience France. Wine tours visit local wine cellars and vineyards throughout the varied regions of France including Burgundy, Bordeaux and Provence. These regions are known for producing fine wines and gourmet French cuisine. The best wine tour operators offer private visits to the most exclusive wineries in the country and intimate wine tastings alongside trained expert wine guides.

Arblaster & Clark Wine Tours

Arblaster & Clark Wine Tours has been operating all-inclusive, fully escorted wine tours throughout France for more than 22 years. The company offers a full range of tour options visiting the regions of Alsace, Beaujolais, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Chablis, Languedoc Roussillon, Cognac, Loire, Provence, Rhone, Sancerre and Champagne. Featured Arblaster & Clark Wine Tours include Classic Wine Tours, Wine and Opera Tours, Wine and City Tours, Wine Cruises and Vineyard Walking Tours during which participants explore the French countryside on foot. Arblaster & Clark Wine Tours include private tastings at some of the country’s best wine cellars led by expert wine guides.

Arblaster & Clarke Wine Tours Ltd. Cedar Court 5 College St. Petersfield, Hampshire England UK, GU31 4AE (+44) 0 1730 711295 winetours.co.uk

Burgundy Discovery

Burgundy Discovery is owned and operated by an English couple living in the Burgundy region of France. Burgundy Discovery offers one-, two- and three-day wine tours through the Burgundy region of France. Wine tours visit local, family-owned wine cellars and world-famous vineyards. Longer five-day wine tours combine visits to the Burgundy region of France with visits to Tuscany (Italy), and the Rhone Valley and Savoy region of France. All Burgundy Discovery wine tours feature intimate, small group wine tastings and visits to carefully selected wine cellars and vineyards. Burgundy Discovery wine-tasting tours are all-inclusive and escorted by an English-speaking guide.

Burgundy Discovery La Troche 71490 Saint Emiland France (+33) 0 3 85 49 51 34 burgundydiscovery.com

French Wine Explorers

French Wine Explorers is a boutique tour company specializing in luxury wine tours to France. French Wine Explorers offers four- to seven-day wine tours visiting the regions of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, the Rhone Valley, the Loire Valley and the city of Paris. All-inclusive tours are fully escorted by an expert wine guide and visit renowned chateaus and exclusive vineyards. French Wine Explorers aims to provide wine tour participants with authentic wine and culinary experiences in France. Wine tours are limited to small groups and customizable tours are available upon request.

French Wine Explorers 606 North Talbot St. Suite 141 St. Michaels, MD 21663 877-261-1500 wine-tours-France.com

France Off The Beaten Path

France Off The Beaten Path has been providing inspiring wine tour itineraries throughout the French countryside for more than 15 years. France Off The Beaten Path six-day tours focus on active local experiences and activities. The company operates small group tours to the Provence, Bordeaux, Champagne, Dordogne and Loire Valley regions of France. France Off The Beaten Path wine tours are limited to small groups and include luxury accommodations, fine French cuisine, sightseeing excursions and culinary tours. All France Off The Beaten Path wine tours are guided by Americans living in France.

Off The Beaten Path, LLC 320 Claremont Drive Seven Valleys, PA 17360 877-846-2831 traveloffthebeatenpath.com

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