European chateaux

Four wine tourism destinations in Europe will open their exceptional vineyards to you

Bordeaux: the world's largest vineyard

You will be the guest of some of the Grands Crus Classés chateaux of the Bordeaux region: Enjoy a wine tourism break with 4 "1855 classification Grands Crus" in the Medoc, explore the areas where Graves and Sauternes are produced, travel along the right bank of the river and enjoy the Libourne countryside, and then savour the nectar of the first 4 Grands Crus of Saint Emilion.

france BDX bourgogne
bourgogne voyage aromatique

Burgundy: A journey filled with exceptional aromas

Burgundy is the home of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.At the heart of this valley visited by the lovers of great wines, is the Maison Joseph Drouhin, Beaune's must-visit wine merchant, with its90 appellations. Continue your journey of the senses in the oldest cellar in the region, which today is the cellar of Domaine Arlaud.

Spain: Rioja

Rioja is the birthplace of Tempranillo, the grape variety that dominates Spanish wines. You will visit the Zuazo Gaston estate, silver medallist at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in 2016. You will meet the winegrower in the prestigious 40 hectare property that is the world-renowned Paco Garcia estate.
This region encourages you to relax and explore.

la rioja

Italy: around Milan

Welcome to the lands of Prosecco and Spumante. Italy is the cradle of the world's oldest wine producers. You'll visit exceptional castles nestled in renaissance cities. This region of varied soils and grape varieties is dotted with more than a dozen prestigious wines.
Learn the secrets of these distinctive vineyards.