Call us for information or reservation at: 800 669 8165

Bordeaux Wine Tour

Self guided drive

6 days / 5 nights

with train tickets and seat reservations between Paris and Bordeaux, car rental, 5 nights in 3* hotel in Bordeaux, daily breakfast,  Wine tasting included.



Price is $1,199.00 per person / $2,398.00 for 2 people.

Based on 2 people in the same room (double occupancy).

Package available all year long depending on hotel availability.

Bordeaux Wine Map

Your Hotel in Bordeaux: 

Grand Hotel Français***

(or similar depending on availabilities)

Price is $1199.00 per person / $2398.00 for 2 people.

Based on 2 people in the same room (double occupancy).

Car Rental is a compact car with manual transmission and unlimited mileage, basic insurance (Renault Mégane or similar). Pick up / drop off in Bordeaux.

Optional :

* Same package in a 4* chateau

* Same package with 1st class train tickets.

Day 1

Take the TGV (high speed train) from Paris to Bordeaux. Arrive in Bordeaux and pick up your rental car. Drive to your hotel and settle in. Enjoy the rest of the day to discover at leisure the city of  Bordeaux. Visit the Bordeaux Wines Museum for an introduction to the history of wine or visit the Centre National jean Moulin, the museum devoted to the Resistance movement during World War II. You can also visit Bordeaux Vinorama, a museum created thanks to the participation of Bordeaux artists and craftsmen, and set in the Ryst-Dupeyron cellar, the museum relates key moments of the Bordeaux wine history since Gallo-Roman times up to the 19th century. The presentation shows reconstituted scenes with costumed characters. It is supplemented by an audio commentary in French, English, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. Wine can be purchased on the spot.

Overnight in Bordeaux.


Day 2

Pick up your rental car and start your discovery of Bordeaux vineyards.

The Médoc is one of the most famous wine regions in France, and home to many well-known names. Follow the route along the Gironde through Margaux and Pauillac, through vineyards whose rows all end in rosebushes. tasting appointments must be made at all the best-known châteaux-hotels.


Day 3

Saint-Emilion is Bordeaux's largest wine district and possibly its most beautiful vilage. Saint-Emilion wines are also quite distinctive from those of the Médoc. Spend a day in the village -steep streets, medieval stone houses, and a magnificent church carved from the hillside -and visit the wineries in the surrounding area. Nearby is Pomerol, yet another uncommon red wine district with many well-known names.


Day 4

The Sauternes district is composed of five villages including Barzac, the largest, and the area produces a wonderful sweet white wine sometimes called "sunshine in a glass". Stop also to see Château de Cazeneuve, which dates to the 11th century.


Day 5

The Graves district reaches along the south bank of the Garonne River from Bordeaux and is known mainly for its white wines but also some reds. Some of the best known here are Château Haut-Brion and Château Smith-Haut-Lafitte. On the east bank, lies the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux, still worth a visit, as is St-Macaire, a lovely medieval village overlooking the Garonne River.


Day 6

Morning at leisure to do last minute shopping in Bordeaux. Drop off your rental car and take the TGV train for Paris.





Bordeaux wine

Reserve package


Chateau de Cazeneuve




Fil Franck Tours - 176 Lexington Av. - New York, NY 10016 - USA

Tel : (212) 685 5656

Toll free in the USA:  800 669 8165