1 day(s) / 0 night(s) :

  • Description

  • Focus 1 : South-West of France

    What better playground than France's largest wine region ?
    Bearn, Buzet, Cahors, Côtes-de-Duras, Côte-du-Marmandais, fronton, Gaillac, Irouléguy, Jurançon, Madiran and Pacherenc-du-vic-Bilh, all AOC are reasons to visit this region.
    In the Southwest, an unforgettable experience is waiting for you: between the hinterland, the ocean, the mountains, the cities, you will explore a region a region with many faces.

    Discover a multitude of cultures and an exceptional heritage. Visit Toulouse, Montauban, Tarbes, Pau, Agen, Mont-de-Marsan, Bayonne, Biarritz… You can't see the same thing twice.

    In the land of the gastronomes, enjoy any specialties, always generous and friendly. The program includes foie gras, Bayonne ham, duck breast, cassoulet, landaise salad, piperade, Rocamadour, Espelette pepper, etc.

    A stay that highlights generosity, cuisine and of course wine!

    Focus 2 : Wine Region

    Jurançon:

    At the foot of the Pyrenees and a few minutes from Pau, the Jurançon is a dry or mellow white wine composed of large Manseng and small Manseng.
    The dry wine has notes of peach and white flowers that will go perfectly on a sweet/salty salad.
    His cousin in mellow has notes of honey that will perfectly accompany a foie gras or simply as an aperitif.
    It is also a good time for you to visit Pau, its Place Royale, its historic district or to enjoy the view of the boulevard des Pyrénées.

    Cahors:

    By following the river the Lot, nestling on the terraces and the semi hillsides you inevitably find Malbec.
    With lean pebble and gravel soils, the winemakers develop solid tannic reds. The Cahors has a good guard, but it can also be consumed young.
    Visit the medieval town of Cahors, rich in a history of more than 2,000 years, it reserves you magnificent buildings such as the Valentré Bridge and the Cathedral of Saint-Etienne
    Around the city you could also stroll to Saint-Cirq Lapopie, visit the cave of Pech Merle, the castles, or even enjoy the beach with pterosaurs


    Gaillac:

    Gaillac is about 50 kilometres northeast of Toulouse.
    The winemakers of the appellation offer a wide range of wines: red, white dry or sweet (including late harvest), rosé, sparkling and pearly.
    The special feature of this region is the fact that local grape varieties such as Mauzac, Ondenc and Duras continue to be used.
    On either side of the Tarn, discover the small village of Gaillac, its Abbey St-Michel, the Church St Pierre, the Place du Griffoul, the private hotels of Yversen and the Museum of Fine Arts of Foucaud. Don't miss also the Cité d'Albi and its famous red bricks or the hilltop village of Cordes-sur-ciel perched.

    Focus 3 : Why Wine Passport ?

    Wine Passport works everyday for several years to offer you exceptional trips around wine tourism.
    Our passion for wine, gastronomy and travel help us to find the most beautiful wine regions of the world.
    Whether you are wine professionals or beginners, you want to discover a region or only its vineyard, we will be able to meet your expectations.

    We organize your stays according to your wishes!


South-West of France

Wine Stay in South-Ouest of France

1 day(s) / 0 night(s)
On request

Share

You may also like
Italy
Europe
See offer details

Wine stay in Italy

1 day(s) / 0 night(s)
On request
Languedoc
France
See offer details

Wine stay in the Languedoc

1 day(s) / 0 night(s)
On request