Saint-Émilion is one of the principal red wine areas of Bordeaux along with the Médoc, Graves and Pomerol. The primary grape varieties used are the Merlot and Cabernet Franc, with relatively small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon also being used by some chateaux.

The history of the village goes back to medieval times and the whole jurisdiction is classified as UNESCO World Heritage for its natural landscape. The village is made up of fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins stretching all along steep and narrow streets. Concerning the wines of Saint Emilion, known as the right bank, the Romans were the ones who originally planted the vineyards as early as the 2nd century.

We offer you a private customized tour of the most spectacular sights of St. Emilion region with our comfortable and air conditioned Sedan/Van departing from the port of Bordeaux. You will have a fluent English speaking Driver who will escort you through the discovery of the area.

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Arrive in Saint Emilion and enjoy a guided walking tour or why not book our exclusive private guided tour of the underground monuments of Saint Emilion including the monolithic church. Once the tour is over you have the possibility of joining a wine tasting session in the village.


-Wine tasting in the village

-English speaking driver 


-Meals and drinks

-Entrance fees to monuments, museums or attractions, wine

COST: (total not per person)

1-3 persons- 395,00 Euros

4-6 persons- 455,00 Euros

7-8 persons- 495,00 Euros

Over 8 persons- Please contact us



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