GRAND CRU TOUR
Departing from Paris accompanied by our experts dedicated to wine lovers who want to increase their knowledge of the Grand Cru heritage and to explore a week of wine travel and leisure. Walk the vineyards and tour the cellars and learn how wine is produced using traditional viticulture practices, understand the relationship between the wine
the terroirs and the appellations.
Paris has always been one of the most visited destinations in the world for its famous tourist sights, like the Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Eiffel Tower, but we also want to show you places known to locals that most tourists do not get to explore.
Paris is full of hidden gems that are often overlooked by the big landmarks of the city, its hidden histories are scattered throughout its neighborhoods, courtyards, and streets. From abandoned railway tracks to underground catacombs, Paris has so much more to offer than its regular haunts. Whether you're interested in art, history, or just want to experience something unique. Come get lost in a whirlwind of immersive fairytale emotions as you uncover Paris with us.
Wine tour in the Loire Valley is the perfect opportunity to discover and taste some of the most prestigious French wines. Situated at the crossroads of Loire-Valley and Burgundy is the medieval hilltop village of Sancerre overlooking the Loire river, its rural landscape standing untouched by time, renowned for its hillside vineyards, artisan winemakers devoted to their craft and to the production of Sauvignon Blanc wine. The slopes below the town are planted with seven hundred acres of Sauvignon vines, and the hills of the twelve surrounding towns are similarly clad in vines. Sancerre itself contains a network of twisting streets with many 15th and 16th century houses running to a cylindrical keep of the 15th century, although this small village retains its old world charm, the classic wine of Sancerre continues to earn fame through the centuries. Pouilly-Fumé viticultural parcels encompass seven parishes on the right bank of the Loire river, the vineyards of Pouilly-Fumé date back to the fifth century, the area was once a Gallon Roman estate dating back to the early days of the Roman Empire. Its wine appellations are some of France's most vivacious, although they are typically less pungent than the notoriously grassy styles of Sauvignon Blanc produced in New Zealand, they have a vibrant streak of green fruit aromas such as lime, green apple and gooseberry. It is one of the Loire Valley's most revered wines, it is rivaled in this regard only by Sancerre on the other side of the Loire River. Immerse and experience an authentic premium tour.
Discover the wine of champagne and toast to the French lifestyle and cheers to the delightful fizz of flavors. The Champagne region is home to some of the best wine in the world, it‘s definitely worth a visit if you are a fan. The region is full of stunning landscapes, charming enchanted villages, ancient monasteries, imposing châteaux and churches and many other historic sites. You will visit the village of Reims, the gateway city to the Champagne region,
a historical city boasting the Coronation place of twenty-five French Kings and its most impressive Gothic Cathedrals. The city of Epernay is best known for the town's main attraction, the avenue de Champagne which is one of the prestigious streets in the world. Nestled between the vineyards and the forest, you will discover the town of Hautvillers known as the cradle of champagne. Visit the estates of Mumm* Moet* Chandon* and Dom Perignon site, he was the benedictine monk who invented champagne three centuries ago.
This tour is tailored for our guests who are interested in History and French culture. Normandy is an incredible region marked with history, this region is known worldwide as one of the most touristic regions of France and it is also famous for its local products such as Camembert, Calvados, cider and tripe, its varied coastline includes white-chalk cliffs and WWII beachheads, including Omaha Beach, site of the famed D-Day landing. Just off the coast is the rocky island of the gothic abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel and nearby the city of Rouen dominated by the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Rouen where military leader and Catholic Saint Joan of Arc was executed in 1431.