Bordeaux | Eze | Burgundy | Paris
VIP France Vineyard
There are some countries in Europe that you have to visit for their wines regions and France is definitely one of them. The wine regions are not just for their delicious French wines but also for their spectacular views, beautiful villages and delicious foods.
“Wine is sunlight held together by water” – Galileo
May – June
13 Days 12 Nights
Couple / Group Friend
Highlight of the Journey
- Stop at Amboise village, where Leonardo da Vinci spent his last living years and discover the cute small village that is famous for arts and royal courts
- Visit the world-famous château of Chambord and château of Cheverny most known in Hergé comic books : The Adventures of Tintin.
- Vineyard visit to Chateau Angelus, Olivier Bernstein, Chateau Mouton Rothschild and other famous vineyards in Bordeaux and Burgundy
- Enjoy a free day to walk around Saint Tropez, Nice and Monte Carlo
**Rates are per person based on USD and 2/4 people traveling together
Day 1 - 4
Bordeaux | 3 Nights
Start your journey from Paris to Bordeaux in private with a stop to Amboise village, where Leonardo da Vinci spent his last living years and discover the cute small village that is famous for arts and royal courts.
You will also stop at Loire Valley, a region famous for its beauty and fairy tales. First visit the world-famous château of Chambord and château of Cheverny most known in Hergé comic books : The Adventures of Tintin. Then end the experience by visiting Leonardo da Vinci’s grave.
In Bordeaux, you will enjoy the following vineyard visit:
Since 2012 ranked Premier grand cru classé (A), Château L’Angélus is a Bordeaux wine refers to the three Angelus bells audible from the vineyards, coming from the chapel at Mazerat, the church in Saint-Martin de Mazeret and Saint-Émilion.
Chateau Mouton Rothschild
Its Bordeaux red wine is regarded as one of the world’s greatest clarets. Originally known as Château Brane-Mouton, it was renamed by Nathaniel de Rothschild in 1853 to Château Mouton Rothschild.
Rated as a First Growth under the 1855 Bordeaux Classification, the estate produces three red wines in all. The wine is well known among the top and expensive wines. An Imperiale (six-litre bottle) of Château Latour sold for £135,000 in 2011.
Depart from Bordeaux to Nice, it will take around 35 minutes (18 km).
Day 4 - 8
Eze | 4 Nights
Situated just after Nice, in the direction of Menton, Eze stretches out along the coast from Cap Roux to the Cabuel point. Once inside, you will discover a small Provencal village filled with charm and colourful window boxes, offering a panoramic view of the sea and coast-line.
Enjoy the following day trip to the following region during your stay in Eze:
Retrace a circuit drive of the Monaco Grand Prix, then enjoy a free day to walk around Monte Carlo. Visit the Casino and Cathedral to pay your respects to Princess Grace.
Enjoy a free day to walk around Nice. Start with landmarks walk at the famous entertainment street of Promenade des anglaise and then walk toward the old town.
On the way to Cannes, passed Antibes, a small town outside of Cannes famous for its beauty, then take a picture at the Cannes Film festival venue. Continue to enjoy a free day to walk around Cannes.
Gaze at luxury yachts, shop in trendy boutiques, pause for a sip in a terrace cafe and enjoy lots of fabulous people-watching.
On the way to Burgundy take a stop in Lyon, another UNESCO World heritage for a little sightseeing and afternoon break at the French culinary capital.
Day 8 - 11
Burgundy | 3 Nights
Burgundy may well be renowned for its wine – with villages such as Chablis and Nuits-St-Georges known throughout the world – but rural Burgundy has a great deal more to offer. Renaissance chateaux, medieval abbeys and fortified villages all stand testimony to the colourful history of this lesser-known region of France.
During your stay in Burgundy, enjoy the following vineyard visit:
Vineyard Domaine Anne Gros
Subtle, harmonious, supple—Burgundy from Domaine Anne Gros is intimately tied with the elegant and poised character of wines from Vosne-Romanée.
Vineyard visit and lunch at Olivier Bernstein.
Olivier Bernstein’s seven grands crus and three premiers crus have a wealth of old vines, which are fundamental to the quality of his wines. All Bernstein vineyard plots, save one, are at least 40 years old; most are between 60 and 80 years old. While officially acting with négociant status, Olivier and his team take responsibility for the vineyard work on their plots.
After Burgundy you will continue the journey to Paris, it will take around 4 hours (306 km).
Day 11 - 13
Paris | 2 Nights
Enjoy your day at leisure in the city of light, Paris. End of Journey