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Stroll and tasting in Saint-Émilion

From 15 €
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Office de Tourisme du Grand Saint-Émilionnais
Place des Créneaux

05 57 55 28 28

05 57 55 28 29



Months during which visitors are welcome

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Opening days

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Immersion at the heart of a vineyard listed by UNESCO!

From small paths to stunning viewpoints around Saint-Émilion, your guide will take you to a wine estate!

This stroll - by foot or by minibus depending on the season - will provide you with inside information about appellations, classification, wineries...

Once arrived at the wine estate, you will discover the winemaking secrets of the prestigious Saint-Émilion wines, from the vine to the cellar, before completing this tour with a commented tasting.



  • The best tastings are done in the vineyards!
  • This tour is accessible to all, you don’t need to be a good hiker.
  • Depending on the weather, visits can be made by minibus (8 people max). When booking for a child, please provide a car seat/booster seat.
Practical information
  • The weekends and bank holidays from 11/07 to 23/08/20

  • Departure of the visit from the Tourist Office

  • 2h to 2h30 (according to the distance of the chateau) at 2:00 pm

  • In summer, in case of heavy heat, consider taking a bottle of water and protecting yourself from the sun.

  • From 1 to 20 people

  • 44°53'37.320"N 0°9'23.738"W // 44.8937 -0.156594

  • 15 €

  • 9 € (10/17 years - without tasting)

  • Free for children under 10 (accompanied by their parents - without tasting)

  • French
  • English
means of payment
  • Credit cards accepted

  • "Chèques vacances" accepted

services & labels
  • Animals accepted

  • In French, with simultaneous interpreting in English

  • Tickets available at the Tourist Office

  • Secure payment over the Web site

  • Theme: architectural heritage / medieval village

  • Theme : wine / wine country


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