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Wine taste awakenings

Contact us to plan your personalised wine experience

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Tailor-made Gourmet Food & Natural Wine Tours

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With a background of over 30 years of creating luxury tailor-made gourmet food and wine tours, wine educating and research, and a vast range of personal contacts, TASTE TOURS is an incomparable resource for unique, personalised, wine and food tours.

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Red,
White
& Green

The best way to learn about wines is directly from the source. Not only do the vineyards of France produce the most renowned wines in the world, they also offer some of the most beautiful landscapes.

From Alsace to Sancerre, and Batard Montrachet to Vouvray, discover hidden treasures, tasting some of the world's greatest 'climats'.

 

Experts in tailor-made travel and gastronomic tours, we bring travellers to the world's best tables, from gastronomic palaces to country cookouts.

 

Experience and celebrate real taste while luxuriating in the comfort of exclusive hotels and châteaux, selected especially for their wine cellars.

We also offer guided wine cycling tours...

Wine region
discoveries

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Recent Wine Taste Awakening tours:

 

2015 - Viticultural Tour de France (Champagne, Burgundy, Maconnais, Beaujolais, Rhone, Provence)

 

2015 - Languedoc Roussillon (Gard, Pic St-Loup, Faugères, St-Chinian, Minervois, Beziers)

 

2016 - Bordeaux (Medoc, Côtes de Castillon, Saint-Emilion, Pomerol, Sauternes)

 

2017 - Spain (Penedes, Tarragon, Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Navarra)

 

2018 - Loire Valley (Sancerre, Touraine, Chinon, Saumur, Anjou, Muscadet, Fiefs Vendéens)

 

2019 - Germany & Alsace (Rhinegau, Mosel, the wine road of Alsace)

 

2021 - Italy (Tuscany, Montalcino, Montepulciano)

 

2022 - Bordeaux (Médoc, Saint-Emilion) 

2023 - Bordeaux (Médoc, Saint-Emilion); Epic Tour de France (Champagne, Burgundy, Maconnais, Beaujolais, Rhone, Provence)...

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"The best way to learn about wine is to visit vineyards"

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