Season 4, Episode 6
Bordeaux, France is one of the most famous and historic wine regions in the world! But Vince sets out to look past Bordeaux's traditional reputation and find the new modern producers who are innovating, trying new techniques, and making every style of wine imaginable; whites, reds, sparklers, rosés and sweet wines!
filmed July, 2021 | runtime 59 minutes
from the Bordeaux, France Episode
The great thing about the city of Bordeaux is that it acts as a central hub for the wine region. The trains go in and out of the city, there are plenty of hotels and restaurants and things to do, and there are literally wineries in every direction!
LA CITÉ DU VIN
A wine museum? You bet! This place truly is an amazing feat; the architecture is really innovative, and the museum is a blast! Learn about the history of wine, see regions from around the world, talk to master sommeliers, and smell wine aromas in interactive exhibits!
Feel like seeing Bordeaux from the sky? Head to Château Venus and take a private plane tour. All the famous regions and Châteaux of Bordeaux can be seen that much better from the sky. Then stick around and try the wines!
This winery is located in the area of Bordeaux between the two rivers that's home to a lot of the hidden gems of the region. The family who runs it is beyond hospitable, makes amazing wines, and the property is stunning; they even have guest houses available!
Another wonderful family winery, visit their home and estate for a tasting in Entre-deux-mers M-F 9-5.
St. Émilion is a name that sets wine collectors' hearts racing, and this historic town is the center of it. Spend a day exploring the restaurants, shops, and the famous monolithic church!
Visit the Moreaud family, taste some beautiful St. Émilion wine and maybe even take your own wine blending class like I did!
BORDEAUX SUR L'EAU
I can't recommend booking a Bordeaux boat tour with Bordeaux Sur L'Eau enough! Seeing Bordeaux from the water is an amazing experience, and they do a great job providing food, wine, and music. Once the lights go down, the city skyline and bridges are magical to see from the water!