30 reviews of Saint-Emilion Wine Tasting Day Trip from Bordeaux
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Saint-Emilion Wine Tasting Day Trip from Bordeaux. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Connie I, Hong Kong, October 2007
Reviewed by David B, USA, August 2007
Reviewed by Kenneth Z, October 2012
Tour was excellent, especially at chateau Figeac (may be spelled wrong). Lunch was decent. The only problem was the number of tastings. We tasted one wine at the first chateau, and 2 at the second. Very limited and at about $150 Euro for the first bottle, would have been nice to have more variety on offer. Still would recommend.
Reviewed by Sheila P, October 2010
Reviewed by Sarah B, September 2010
Reviewed by Tania D, September 2010
Reviewed by DARRYL H, USA, July 2007
Reviewed by o06980, November 2011
Beautiful town but tour was more focused on history than one would expect for a wine tour. The lunch at the Chateau was the best part - great food and a wonderful setting. Afterwards we went on our own to a wine shop to learn and taste as the rest of the tour was of the historic sites.
Reviewed by wing man g l, June 2011
It was great. The guide speaks excellent English and the lunch was nice. The village is good but I would expect more wine tasting. There was only 3 wine sampled through the whole day.
Reviewed by Anonymous, October 2009
Reviewed by Mark D, September 2012
We had an hour to drive to get to the start point of this trip and even though we'd allowed 2 hours we still didn't make it in time to catch the bus. We rang the local organiser to get them to wait, but they would only give us 10 mins. Trip may have been good - we'll never know! Bordeaux however is a lovely destination in itself for a self guided tour ...