Archive for January, 2011 :
Our last blog article featured the great wines of St. Emilion. We continue our journey in the Bordeaux region and head for Pomerol. Pomerol, population 848, is famous for several matters related to its excellent wine. First, the wines have not been officially classified, which is a sort of wine making oneupmanship, for the ...
Bill Shepard, Wine Editor Wine tours to Bordeaux are not complete without a visit to St. Emilion. The perfect Sunday excursion from Bordeaux is to drive an hour and a half through the countryside to St. Emilion. Enjoy the scenery of the town and its wine estates, and then savor a leisurely luncheon in […]
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Le Dokhan’s, Paris Trocadéro exudes true Parisian charm. This boutique hotel has the modern amenities of a new property, while keeping its old world charm. Plus the first ever Champagne Bar in the hotel alone is worth the visit. A perfect hotel for our Taste of Paris and Beyond tours! […]
We are embarking on a new year and a new decade, a perfect time to reflect and uncover what is important and what inspires us. This is your year to travel and take a part of your journey back with you. This is the year to learn, expand horizons, be surprised and feel fulfilled. Our […]
French Wine Explorers has introduced its schedule of 2011 group wine tours in France, revealing both new tours and several old favorites; all with a focus on the luxury wine tour company’s trademark of exclusive experiences and unique features. This year’s featured small group tours focus on two of France’s special wine regions: ...
As 2010 comes to a close and we anticipate the New Year to begin, I reviewed the blogs we wrote about wine tours in France during the past year. 2010 provided to be a year of varied and curated content based on client inquiries, our personal experiences, and trends. Here are the top 11 posts […]