Provence Wine Tours

Provence/Avignon Wine Tours

We offer wine tours from Avignon, Aix en Provence, Marseille, Nice, Toulon and the surrounding Provence region. Let us be your guide the some of the best known wine regions and secret gems in Provence and Côtes du Rhône. Wine in Provence tours has personal connections with wineries located in several different wine region of Provence and Côtes du Rhône including Aix-en-Provence, Cassis, Bandol, Les Baux de Provence, Saint Rémy de Provence and Châteauneuf-du-Pape.  Private tours and small groups only allow our tours to feel intimate and give us the ability to customize the experience to meet your expectations.

 

Aix en Provence Wine Tour Aix en Provence Wine Tours

With vineyards scattered around the base of Cezanne’s famous Mount Saint Victoire, wine tasting in this region is a feast for your eyes as well as your palate.

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Chateauneuf du Pape Wine Tour

Chateauneuf du Pape Wine Tours

Châteauneuf-du-Pape is a world famous wine region where you’ll visit some of the oldest cellars in all of France and view ancient ruins from the 13th Century Popes’ summer castle.

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bandol cassis wine tour

Bandol Wine Tours

The wines produced in this region are big, full-bodied, fruity reds, and rosé coming from Bandol rivals those found around Aix-en-Provence (you will also taste white wines in Bandol).

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Les Baux St. Remy Wine Tours

Les Baux St. Remy Wine Tours

Classified as two of the most picturesque villages in all of France, wine & olive oil tasting in Les Baux de Provence and St. Rémy offer visitors the chance to sip amazing wine in stunning surroundings.

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Cassis Wine Tours

Cassis Wine Tours

Nestled next to the highest sea cliff in Europe, Cassis is a feast for both your eyes and your pallet. Here you will have the opportunity to taste full-bodied white wines that rarely make it out of the region.

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Wine Tour Reservations

All of our Wine in Provence Wine Tours are customized. Please fill in our contact form to start designing your tour.

FAQ

What’s the difference between a half-day and a full-day?

  • A half-day typically runs in the afternoon from around 1:30pm – 5:30pm, whereas a full-day runs from around 9:30am – 6:30pm.
  • A half-day includes visits to 2/3 wineries, whereas a full-day usually includes visits to 4/5 wineries as well as more in-depth discovery of the region and its wineries.
  • Half-day tours are only able to visit one region. Full-day tours have the possibility to visit multiple regions depending on the regions requested (to find out more, see the details for each region).
  • A half-day tour is open for other guests to join the group. A full-day is reserved private for just your group, no matter the size (unless otherwise agreed upon).

Can we visit more than one region?

Half-day tours are only able to visit one region. Full-day tours have the possibility to visit multiple regions depending on the regions requested (to find out more, see the details for each region).

Which is the best region to visit?
There is no simple answer to this question! We strongly suggest that you read carefully the descriptions of the different regions provided and make your decision based on that. Either way, whichever region you choose is guaranteed to be a great experience! And do not hesitate to contact us for personal recommendations