Tours in Bordeaux

Bordeaux is renowned for its exceptional cuisine and world-famous wines shaped by centuries of cultural exchange and trade. From the 18th century, Bordeaux’s port played a vital role in the international trade of wine and food. Its six wine regions make it a paradise for wine lovers and those interested in wine tourism. In a country already meticulous about its cuisine, Bordeaux has become a symbol of French gastronomy attracting foodie visitors from all over the world.

Food Tours in Bordeaux

Our pledge to sustainable tourism

We’re proud to support small, often family-run businesses on our food tours throughout Europe and North America. By visiting and befriending the owners and staff of local eateries, you’ll see a different side to some of the world’s most iconic (and delicious!) destinations. And our tour partners are just as eager to share their stories and expertise with curious guests – we can’t wait to introduce you to them.

What We Have to Say About Bordeaux

  • Sauternes Wine: Why This Versatile White Wine Is a Must-Try

    In the United States, sweet wines have had something of a bad reputation since about the 1980s, when cheaper versions of fine European dessert wines became popular. Those wines were often cloyingly sweet (and headache-inducing), so it’s no wonder people still tend to shy away from bottles in the sweet wine section of the store. […]

  • Best Wine Bars in Bordeaux: 7 Spots That Locals Love

    Every local will tell you: Bordeaux is the perfect place to enjoy wine tasting. Not only does the city boast gorgeous vineyards, it also has a number of charming terraces and, of course, an amazing selection of wine bars. Benefiting from a rich historical center, the city and its labyrinthine streets hide plenty of little […]