& Cuisine Custom Tours
as far as the eye can see! A common sight in France and Spain. But there ends
the similarity. Every region has its own terroir. Visiting a grand cru
classé in Bordeaux or discovering a small bodega in La Rioja
are two different wine experiences. Penedés, Médoc, Vouvray and
Rueda are but a handful of the many destinations for distinctive and memorable
for a convenient and relaxing way to tour a French wine region? Then try an all-inclusive
Roads of Alsace, Burgundy & Champagne: Create a tour that follows
three of the oldest and most famous wine roads in France. Along the way, you will
discover picturesque villages and get a taste of the local cuisine.
French Wines and Spirits:
If you are a wine lover and happen to be "Chardonnay-ed out," try a
different kind of wine tour. Get introduced to different wines from the
Loire Valley to Bordeaux, as well as some of the finest brandies in the
world in Cognac.
Tour of France: Experience French cuisine and discover France, a place
so rich in culinary traditions and gastronomic delights! Savor flavorful dishes
in Provence, Burgundy, the Basque Country and other provinces while enjoying their
local wines, cheeses, and countless other regional delicacies.
Classic from south to north: Tour some of the best known wine regions of France,
from Provence to Champagne. Sample the wines of the Rhône Valley, Beaujolais,
Burgundy and Chablis as you discover the beauty of the surrounding countryside
and savor the best of French cuisine.
Wines of Southern France: Travel across the south of France and tour the famed
regions of Bordeaux, Dordogne, Carcassonne and Provence. Explore the wine regions
of Médoc, St. Emilion, Bergerac, Châteauneuf du Pape, Tavel, Gigondas
of Northern Spain: A tour based on this route will explore the wine-producing
regions along the Ebro and the Duero rivers in northern Spain from Barcelona,
in Catalonia, to Salamanca, near the Portuguese border. As you travel through
the area you will have the opportunity to sample wines from Penedés, Priorat,
Somontano, Ribera del Duero, La Rioja, Rueda and more.
Wines of Andalusia: Taste the sherry wines of Southern Spain and savor the
magic of Andalusia (flamenco, tapas, history, etc.). Tour Málaga, Ronda,
Jerez de la Frontera, Arcos de la Frontera, Seville, Italica and much more.
Cuisine and La Rioja Wines: A tour of the Basque Country has three basic ingredients:
cuisine, scenery and wine (and not necessarily in that order). Basque cuisine
is famous worldwide for its freshness and creativity. As you travel through the
rgion, sample first-rate restaurants and enjoy the local wines of Vizcaya, Alava,
La Rioja and Navarra. How about a cooking class in San Sebastian to learn about
their famous pintxos? And the scenic Pyrenees Mountains are always in the background.