The Vineyards tours take you to your favorite vineyard region and last 5,10 or 15 days according to your tour preferences.

A wine trail is a route selected for tourists that takes you deep into the heart of wine-growing regions, naturally with the aim of introducing you to the local wines, the wine-growers and the vineyards, but also the local cuisine, the cultural heritage, and other regional tourist attractions.
The growth in wine tourism, both in France and beyond, has led to the creation of the concept of the wine trail: both for the benefit of local tourist organisations – with the aim of raising the profile of a wine-growing region – and simply to create a tourist trail that a guide can recommend. A visit to a vineyard remains a unique experience that allows guests to combine discovery of new wines with the exploration of a region!

Wine routes exist for all of France’s different wine regions. The first trails were created from the 1950s onwards, and now the routes offer the unique opportunity to dive, head first, into the heart of a wine-growing region, discovering its cultural and culinary features as well as the wine itself.

Today, nearly 7.5 million wine tourists fill up the vineyards each year, from France and other countries, beginners and experts alike: all kinds of people come together on the journey from winery to winery. From the best known to the best-kept secrets, from the longest to the briefest, the sunniest to the coolest, France gastronomy tours takes you on an unforgettable journey on the trail you picked!

In Pays d’Oc : Take a trip back in time along the region’s Via Domitia, the Canal du Midi or the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago de Compostela… and make sure to stop over at the fishing port of Sète.

In Languedoc-roussillon :

These trails will take you through the Rhone Valley and the foothills of the Pyrenees. There are many different options, but each one takes you through some wonderful landscapes where the cultural heritage and architecture are as stunning as the natural beauty.

From the Middle Ages onwards, viniculture developed in what was then known as Occitania. The Roman Via Domitia, which connected Rome with Spain, saw the birth of the city of Nimes and the Pont du Gard, both of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The terrain is harsh, and was affected for a long time by the wine growers “revolution” of 1907. However, over the last few years, the wine growers have transformed the quality of the local wine, using high-quality grape varieties, reducing the amount harvested and setting standards through the creation of appellations d’origine contrôlées.

This renewal has seen the four agricultural départements in France’s southern Midi region produce a third of France’s total wine production. Corbières, Fitou, Saint-Chinian, and Minervois Limoux are the regions’ most evocative names, covering territory that extends from the Gard to the Hérault, from Pic Saint-Loup to the terraces of Larzac via Corbières, the marshlands of the Camargue and the Minervois. Roussillon offers us famous, naturally sweet wines including Rivesaltes and Maury and Banyuls Muscat. As you travel through the départements of Hérault, Gard, Aude, and Pyrénées Orientales you will encounter a great deal of variety, from full-bodied red wines to dry yet fruity whites and naturally sweet wines.

Imagine….Your flight just landed at Montpellier airport…you step out of the airport and feel the excitement of a vibrant city  filled with history, art, beauty and modern energy, your chauffeur and your tour guide are right there waiting for you with a warming welcome and about a few minutes after you stepped out of the airplane  you are comfortably seated ina luxury comfortable car and enjoying the city vibes through the car window.

The car just stopped in front of your luxury 5 stars hotel you just have to get down the car straight to your suite as your chauffeur took care of your luggage and your tour guide is taking care of checkin you in at reception desk. After that long flight maybe you’ll want to enjoy a spa or a massage, your tour guide just went ahead of your potential needs and has planned everything for you!

Now that you relaxed, it’s time for serious things, you’ll now be able to enjoy your first high-end cuisine dinner in France.

After dinner, you can enjoy the hotel fancy bar and just get a good night of sleep in your luxury 5 stars hotel

In the morning, you are awakened by this sweet smell of hot butter croissants and fresh coffee… you have time for yourself in the morning, maybe you’ll want to take a walk around your hotel or enjoy your time there. At noon, your car with your chauffeur and your tour guide will be ready, waiting for you outside your hotel and you will hit the road for the program of the day : Each and every day during our vineyards tours we visit a different vineyard and we offer you to choose among several activities and before, during or after that cultural visit, we planned a basket full of regional specialities for you to  enjoy at lunch time.

If you are curious to know more about this tour taking you to the Languedoc- roussillon and Pays d’Oc wine trails you can request our brochure for the Languedoc Pays d’Oc Roussillon vineyards TOUR reference #TOUR37 by filling out this form :


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