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Vanessa F

Vanessa F

A Buzz Tour is designed to be a fun and memorable experience for all of our guests. We believe...

Bacchus Tours

Bacchus Tours

Offers tours in:
Bordeaux, France

If you want to meet locals and be guided by them, you're surely at the right place! We are...



Offers tours in:
Bordeaux, France

The wine tasting will be led by Gigi, a WSET Diploma holder, an international wine judge. She is...

Jesse K

Jesse K

THE PROBLEM SOLVER FOR WINE Howdy and Bonjour! Are you new to wine? Are you a connoisseur? Or are...

Jennifer - certified Wine guide

Jennifer - certified Wine guide

Come be like a local, tour with a certified wine guide who shares her love and passion of wine....

Guillaume D

Guillaume D

Offers tours in:
Bordeaux, France

Being passionate about classic cars and wines, I founded Bordeaux Classic Cars in 2018. I love to...

Frederic Borliachon

Frederic Borliachon

I do private wine tours since 2007, off the beaten tracks and also for the most pretigious...

Guillaume ,  South-West specialist, from Bordeaux to San Sebastian

Guillaume , South-West specialist, from Bordeaux to San Sebastian

Madame, Monsieur, I am Guillaume. Born and bred in the South West of France, I grew up surrounded...

Cécilia G

Cécilia G

Explorer of the Bordeaux vineyards in a 2CV and professional wine taster graduated from the...



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Bordeaux Uncovered

Bordeaux Uncovered

We are a couple working as state-licensed tour guides: Denitsa and Arnaud. We created the brand...


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Map Of Bordeaux Wineries

How to Reach Wineries in Bordeaux

Wineries in Bordeaux are easily accessible by different means of transportation.

By Air

Bordeaux has its own international airport, Airport of Bordeaux-Mérignac (BOD), that serves very well the city and it's a good starting point to visit wineries in Bordeaux.

By Car

If you decide to get to wineries in Bordeaux by car, always follow the directions towards the city of Bordeaux, which is the real heart of the wine region.
There is not official wine route connecting the wineries in Bordeaux, but while you roam in the French countryside, you will find many indications leading to the best wineries in Bordeaux.

By Train

The best way to get to wineries in Bordeaux by train is to arrive in Bordeaux with a TGV and from there take a train to one of these other towns: Blanquefort, Caudéran Mérignac, Parempuyre, Ludon, Margaux, Moulis Listrac, Mérignac Arlac, Pauillac, Pessac, Lesparre. You can find more information on travelling times by visiting the website of the French railways system SNCF.
BE CAREFUL! Some trains might leave from Bordeaux Moulis station and not from the central station.

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Everything you need to know before you visit wineries in Bordeaux

Bordeaux wine region, one of the centers of global wine tourism, is famous for its historic châteaux and inspiring, prestigious wines. Here you can travel across world-renowned appellations such as Medoc, Entre-Deux-Mers, Graves, and many more. The best wineries in Bordeaux are open for visits and tastings.

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Bordeaux? We have provided a list of the best wineries in Bordeaux open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Bordeaux. Wineries in Bordeaux are a hidden gem. So if you want to get a closer look at the countryside, visit our beautiful vineyards. You can find the perfect day of wine tasting and exploration with our top wineries in Bordeaux. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Bordeaux!

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The best season to visit wineries in Bordeaux

The best period to visit wineries in Bordeaux is actually very long, as it goes from May to end of September.

In May, vine rows are starting to grow, while September is the harvesting period. It might be very interesting to visit wineries in Bordeaux during the harvesting season, but some wineries don't allow visitors during that time. Check out our list of wineries in Bordeaux to see which one is open all-year-round.

What are the wineries in Bordeaux like?

Wineries in Bordeaux combine history, art, winemaking and the innovations.

  • Most of the châteaus across Bordeaux are centuries old and keep the traditions of winemaking.
  • Some of the wineries in Bordeaux even reflect the royal history and they are linked to the famous names from French history.
  • Alongside historic châteaus, you can also find modern wineries in Bordeaux with innovative architecture and a sustainable approach towards viticulture and winemaking.

The most common grape varieties and style of wines produced in Bordeaux

Bordeaux wine region is the red wine producer par excellence, indeed almost 90% of the cultivated vineyard area of wineries in Bordeaux is planted with red grapes. Merlot is Bordeaux's top grape (66%), followed by Cabernet Sauvignon (22,5%) and Cabernet Franc (9,5%).
The percentage of planted white grapes is very limited, but the two main white varieties are Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc.
Red wine from Bordeaux is among the most exclusive wines in the world.
Bordeaux wine region is famous worldwide for its fine Bordeaux AOC red wine blend. Wineries in Bordeaux produce their own signature Bordeaux red wine, which might be more or less dry, medium, or full-bodied.

The language tips for visiting wineries in Bordeaux

Wine tastingDégustaction de vins
Wine cellarCave à vins
Cheers!à votre santé

What travellers says about Bordeaux Wineries

Derwin October 13, 2021
It was great! It was great! The owner showed us around himself – a very warm host and his passion for the vineyard and wine making process really shone through. Also the wines themselves were really excellent and my favourite type of style, so we bought a few bottles to take home! Thanks so much for setting it up.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequently asked questions by our visitors

What are the best wineries to visit in Bordeaux?

Which wineries in Bordeaux have restaurants?

These wineries in Bordeaux have restaurants:

Which wineries in Bordeaux have accommodation either apartment, hotel or b&b?

How do you visit Bordeaux wineries?

Most of the wineries in Bordeaux are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare for a visit to a winery in Bordeaux is to book your visit in advance on our website.

Which are the best wineries to visit in Bordeaux during my holiday or vacation?

The best wineries to visit during your holiday or vacation to Bordeaux are:

Which wineries in Bordeaux have cellar door sales?

These wineries in Bordeaux have cellar door sales:

Which wineries in Bordeaux are open to the public?

These wineries in Bordeaux are open to the public with booking in advance:

Are there any small & boutique wineries to visit in Bordeaux?

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Bordeaux that you can visit:

What are the best family wineries to visit in Bordeaux?

These are the best family wineries in Bordeaux that you can visit:

Are there any wineries near Bordeaux, Libourne or Langon?

Use our interactive Bordeaux winery map to browse wineries near Bordeaux, Libourne and Langon.

What do wineries in Bordeaux offer?

Wineries in Bordeaux are well-equipped with many facilities that will make your visit smooth and pleasing.
The majority of wineries in Bordeaux guarantee a reduced mobility access to welcome everyone discover their wine production.
In many wineries in Bordeaux you can bring your pets, but maybe check with the winery before if they can access all the areas.
If you travel with a group, many wineries in Bordeaux have a parking space for busses.
Hotels and accommodation facilities are very rare in wineries in Bordeaux, but two wineries that also have a hotel are Château Ad Francos and Château de la Grave.
A large number of wineries in Bordeaux are proud organic producers and in some cases they also have cellar door sales.

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reading more about Bordeaux?

Read our travel guide to the Bordeaux wine region, or discover our very selection of wine tastings and tours in Bordeaux and places to stay in Bordeaux.

If you are looking for organized tours, check out our list of expert wine tour guides.