Welcome to Bergerac Wine Tours – Your Ideal Wine Tasting Experience
Increase your knowledge of the world famous Bergerac wines in our Bergerac Vineyard Tours! The Bergerac wine tradition started over 2000 years ago. The vineyards still stretch out on both sides of the river Dordogne, covering more than 12800 hectares, where a detailed ‘La Route des Vins’ shows the local vineyards along the way. Bergerac Wine Tours takes it a step further, adding the possibility to learn more about the terroir, sample its produce and meet the makers. Read More…
How about combining a morning visit to a vineyard and watch the race in the afternoon? We are proud to announce that Le Tour de France 2014 is passing through our backyard and Bergerac Wine Tours is doing “Le Tour de France special” on the 25th July 2014.
We have managed to secure private prime spot by the road in Eymet, last town before the Bergerac where race will end on the 25th July.
Should you wish to know more about Bergerac area and its magnificent wines, Bergerac Wine Tours have done essential research for you. Enjoy reading our brief guide on Bergerac Wines.
The South West of France is well known for its wines. The first documents which record the location and the significance of the Bergerac Vineyards go as far back to the 12th century. They reveal it’s the abbeys and the aristocracy who held the very first vineyards. This specific area extends across the right bank of the river Dordogne, within the town of Bergerac with a distance of 10 to 15 km’s. Read More…
Few simple tricks on How to Taste Wine
If you have ever visited the wine growing regions of the world, you will have undoubtedly sampled the rewards of a wine tasting. If you want to enjoy the beauty of wine then a few simple steps is all you need to follow.
Most, if not all, of your senses will come into play when tasting the wine and it is an experience not to be missed.
I couldn’t resist doing a quick write up on the Dordogne. Perfect summers, crispy winters, lush landscapes, alluring medieval towns and villages, exquisite cuisine and of course, God’s nectar – wine!
(Admit it, this brings a tear to your eye!)
The Dordogne Region is located in the South-West of France. Flowing through the centre of Dordogne is The Dordogne River, one of the most beautiful in France. Owing to its rich history, beautiful views, fantastic wine and its fantastic food, Dordogne is one of the most popular destinations in France for tourists. Read More…