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Saint Emilion and Pomerol

The vineyards on the Right Bank

Médoc, Grands Crus classified

The vineyards on the Left bank

St Emilion, Médoc

The two wine growing areas

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Pessac Léognan

Graves: cradle of wine-growing: vineyard in town

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Sauternes vineyard

Sweet wines

Bordeaux : city walk

From the medieval to the 21st century

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Arcachon Basin

Pilat Dune

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The vineyard of Madiran

the city of Pau

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Dordogne Périgord

The vineyard of Bergerac

Cognac, the vineyard

The big houses and the hidden treasures

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Culture and tasting of oysters

Arcachon and Charente maritime

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the city of Pau The vineyard of Madiran

Pau, Pyrenees’s is located in south west of France in Bearn region and shares, its horizons with the mountain. Cradle of the “Green Gallant”, the good king Henry IV, who enjoys a strong capital of sympathy, “the only king whose people have kept the memory.

This beautiful city “most beautiful view of earth” according to Lamartine, enjoys a panorama of the Pyrenees in the background. She is the heiress of a rich tourist tradition from the nineteenth century. At the time, it is a climatic resort frequented by an international clientele. Classified as a tourist resort since 2012, it proves on a daily basis that the Palois know how to receive, in this setting where architecture and nature are in perfect harmony.

The vineyards of Madiran and Pacherenc-du-Vic-Bilh are located equidistant from Pau and Tarbes, in three departments. Nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees is an appellation at the meeting of two soils: La Bigorre and Béarn, long considered rustic wines that must be forgotten in the winery years. A handful of patient and attentive winemakers have managed to restore the image of this production, both in white and red. The soils consist of detritus and sedimentary rocks, the top of the hills, siliceous soils with large pebbles rolled. The tannat, emblematic grape of the appellation, is often proposed pure and “old plants” for the best cuvées. Merlot and Cabernets also appeal to some producers in blending with Tannat. The best whites in Pacherenc come from the Arrufiac and Petit Menseng grape variety.

Guided tour

Departure to Béarn, the Pyrenees, south of the New Aquitaine region

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From the start of Bordeaux, historical and geographical presentation for the understanding of the visit. Upon arrival at the foot of the mountain, a coffee break is organized.

The morning is dedicated to the discovery of the vineyard; we will visit and taste two properties. A lunch at a producer’s house can be considered and recommended. In the afternoon, is dedicated to the visit of the city of Pau, departure from the tourist office, visit the castle of the good King Henry. Then walk through the streets and take a funicular ride to change neighbourhoods. Magic panorama, a glass of Pacherenc with a view of the Pyrenees. Back to Bordeaux around 8 pm


From €380

Guide, car and fuel included

In addition, tasting tours, all sites with fee entry and lunch.

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