The Medoc region is so large that hundreds of wineries are dotted around its peninsula. The region reaches 70 miles north of Bordeaux, then bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Gironde Estuary to the east. Whilst you are there you will be able to visit the classified first growths of 1855, crus Bourgeois. On your wine tour, explore the most famous wineries of Medoc dotting the Route des Chateaux or visit more family-oriented wineries.
Whilst touring along the Route des Chateaux, your chauffeur will answer all the questions you whave and will share a few secrets about the history of wine making in Médoc. Your tailor-made schedule will take you to the likes of Château Lafon-Rochet, Château Lynch Bages in Saint-Estephe and Pauillac, but also Château Beychevelle and Gruaud-Larose in Saint-Julien, or further down south Château Palmer and Château Marquis D’Alesme in Margaux.
If you happen to have enough time for lunch, you should not miss Le Saint-Julien. This restaurant is famous for its local cuisine and is situation in the village of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, right in the middle of the vineyards.