MÉDOC CHÂTEAUX TOURS: VISIT BORDEAUX VITICULTRAL ESTATES

World-famous wine trail

Visit and discover the best of the Médoc chateaux

To approach the Médoc is to accept being on a peninsula bordered by an estuary and the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The world-famous wine route provides a good overview of magnificent properties rich in history. Between forests, beaches and terroirs, the Médoc now welcomes boats from all over the world.

Description of the visit

The route of the châteaux in the Médoc is of a rare intensity. We set off for a 40-minute drive with a breathtaking panorama unique to the Médoc. An alternation of châteaux and vineyards delights the glance. The Médoc vineyard is in a class of its own. It spreads out between the ocean and the Gironde estuary, a real inland sea, unique in the world. The gently sloping valleys alternate with the gravelly hillsides where the vines grow. The journey is rich in oenological discoveries. We arrive at Château Pédesclaux where our hosts are waiting for us for a tasting visit that gives this journey its full meaning. The next tasting will take us to the château…where we will be able to take some refreshment. The return to Bordeaux is scheduled for 2:00 pm after a visit to the Estuary and a stop at the Winery of Arsac to buy wines and other gourmet specialties of the Médoc.

What is included?

A snack with a glass of wine

Visit of 2-3 châteaux and cellars of Médoc 3 wine tastings

Transport and private guide

What you need

Cap or hat Sunglasses

A jacket for cool days

Good to know

For this visit we can pick you up directly from your accommodation or from your hotel if it is located in Bordeaux.

We can also pick you up directly from Bordeaux Saint Jean train station or Mérignac Airport.

Description

A journey on the châteaux trail in Médoc involves traveling through a peninsula bordered on one side by an estuary and the on other by the Atlantic coast.  This world-famous wine trail allows you to have a glimpse of magnificent properties full of history. Between forests, beaches, and terroirs, the Médoc region also welcomes ships from all around the world. 

A journey on the châteaux trail in Médoc involves traveling through a peninsula bordered on one side by an estuary and the on other by the Atlantic coast.  This world-famous wine trail allows you to have a glimpse of magnificent properties full of history. Between forests, beaches, and terroirs, the Médoc region also welcomes ships from all around the world. 

Château 1

Château Pichon Baron

Pichon Baron

The château Pichon Baron is so distinctive that it can mask the technological prowess which gives this structure its originality.  The respect for the best products and parcels is what gives this wine its power. 

Blason Château Pichon Baron
Château 2

Prieure Lichine Vinicultural Estate

Prieure Lichine

This unique architecture is the mark of distinction of this château rich in history.  It is resolutely orientated towards its terroir and its many facets which sublimely define the qualities of its wine.

Blason château Prieure Lichine
Château 3

Château Haut Bage Libéral

Haut Bage Libéral

A story about family, about vineyards.  Here, the terroir mixes with the area’s name, giving a toponym of stone and vine.

Blason Château haut bages liberal
Château 4

Domaine Pedesclaux

Pedesclaux

Alchemy has created this château by mixing iron, glass, and stone.  This fusion, born of a daring vision, gives rise to quintessence.

Blason Château Pedesclaux
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    Après 10 ans passés à arpenter le globe. Venez découvrir l’alchimie de ces vins et de ces pierres qui ont traversé les âges pour nous apporter le meilleur.

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    Après 10 ans passés à arpenter le globe. Venez découvrir l’alchimie de ces vins et de ces pierres qui ont traversé les âges pour nous apporter le meilleur.

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