Bordeaux and Cognac day trips from Paris
2017 : Bordeaux will be 2 hours train from Paris instead of 2h45 today. Angoulême train station will be 1h35 train from Paris.
It will be an opportunity to organize your short french vineyards break from Paris. You can move from Paris and be in the middle of vines within 2h30 for a very special and unique wine experience.
What is different about my tours compared to a bus tour that you can take from tourist offices and costs less?
- Your tour will be private so you can ask all the questions you like
- My visits booked in the estates are with winegrowers that are friends or that I know so you will be welcomed as a one to one connection
- My tours can be customized depending on your taste and expectations
- Lot of fun! (I am not saying the others aren't) but small groups mean I can tailor the wine tour matching your expectations
I can pick you up at the train station in Bordeaux or Angoulême and in less that one hour, you can shake the hand of an owner who would be glad to welcome you at the estate and to explain some secrets of the wine making process.
Let me help you to costumize your wine trip in Bordeaux or Cognac before driving you back to the station and keep on your stay in Paris.
Bordeaux wine tours
You have one day to spend in Bordeaux and to catch the authenticity of our region? You would like to visit a wine chateau around Bordeaux but you are a bit confused about the best way to find out what is available and how to arrange your wine trip? TéléProTour would be glad to be your guide and help you to open the doors of wineries depending on your taste and expectations. Gain a deep understanding of the region's famous appellations from the soils, to the wine making process and the (sometimes) confusing classification systems....
Cognac tasting tours from Paris
What about visiting Cognac vineyards and distilleries? Both large and small “maisons” are available for tourism and tasting. You need to plan on average about two hours per house. You can make your own arrangements by emailing the companies but I would advise to take advantage of a guide having contacts in the area. Unlike wine touring in Californian estates where you can just show up, it is recommended to make a booking prior to arrival. Let me open Cognac distilleries doors for you...