The Médoc wine route and its picturesque D2 (departemental road), departs from Bordeaux and go north along the Médoc peninsula. It will winds its way through 8 of the most famous wine appellations of Bordeaux wines!
On the one side : , the Gironde estuary; on the other side, vast forests created by man, protecting the vines from violent winds coming from the Wwest and the Atlantic Ocean. Let's follow the Médoc wine route for an wine trip in the heart of the beautiful vineyards of Bordeaux and its famous wines all over the world!
Our journey will be punctuated by stops:
Possibility to include cultural visits such as the city of Pauillac or the Fort-Médoc, which is part of the famous Vauban's bolt developed over the width of the Gironde estuary.
Between the 8 different appellations that follow one another, the 1855 official classification of Bordeaux wines, the middle-class crus, the artisanal crus... Not easy to find one another and you will tell me: how to choose a Médoc wine that deserves its price?
My work as a guide will be to explain the different terroirs of the Médoc wine making area, the different grape varieties used and the different aromas that can be expressed in our Médoc wines.
There is no secret recipe. There is no advice that prevails... Like everything else, it is again a matter of taste! When you will have the keys to unlock the pretended complexity of the Médoc wines, it is up to each of you to get inspired by them and go and see and taste them, of course with moderation!
Possibility to include cultural walking tours during the daytrip such as the city of Pauillac
or the XVIIth century Fort-Médoc, which is part of Vauban's bolt developed over the width of the Gironde estuary.
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