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Bordeaux Ultimate Food Tour16 Reviews
Discover the rich culinary tradition of historic Bordeaux and meet the proud locals producing and serving the best artisanal tastes and wines this region has to offer.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Bordeaux:If youʻre booking your trip to Bordeaux last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
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- Discover how Bordeaux’s rich history has shaped its food.
- Enjoy 9+ different tastes, including 3 local wines at six stops.
- Explore the historical backstreets & must-see monuments.
- Taste the local delicacies and national classics.
- Follow a local, English-speaking guide.
DescriptionYou’ll start the food tour with a young baker making bread and viennoiserie on site. See croissants being rolled and folded before you try one of France’s most beloved pastries here and learn how it made its way to Bordeaux. Next up on your food tour is Bordeaux’s emblematic canelé, a sweet treat with strong ties to the famous wine region. You'll visit a small, owner-operated patisserie that makes fresh canelés daily with natural ingredients. You'll pass by the medieval Cathedral of Saint André, the most beautiful religious monument in Bordeaux and where the future king of France Louis VII was married in 1137. Stop to marvel at the gold-topped tower of Pey-Berland before continuing to your next foodie stop. As one of France’s oldest ports, Bordeaux’s troubled and vibrant history spans over 2000 years. Weave through the charming back streets to a passionate artisan serving locally produced charcuteries. Discover how his unique process, combining ancient and modern techniques, produces the finest jambon France has to offer. Next up, cheese! No food tour of France would be complete without it. Led by a specialist cheese monger, learn the differences in French terroir in a country that produces over 1200 cheeses! Stopping off in the famous Triangle d’Or quarter, you’ll visit a Bordeaux institution that’s been producing artisanal chocolate since 1915. This is a third-generation family business and a must-visit in Bordeaux. Just next door is one of Bordeaux’s newest pâtisserie, named after the distinctive Atlantic coastline of the region. Invented in 2007 by the son of a famous pastry maker, you’ll try the delicious and popular crunchy puff pastry filled with cream. Finish up in a local’s wine bar and learn everything you need to know about French regional wines in a tasting of three local wines. Ask all your wine questions to the owner Thierry—he’ll be leading the tasting and telling you his opinions on wine too!
IncludesLocal English-speaking guide Small group of 10 max 9+ different tastes at 6 stops 3 different local wines
- Our group tour utilizes multiple areas that are not wheelchair/stroller accessible. Those with wheelchairs/strollers should contact us so we can arrange your visit. Those with dietary restrictions need to contact us before joining the tour so we can arrange your food. We cannot accommodate vegans or gluten free, but we do our very best with all other allergies or restrictions. This tour is not suitable for vegan or celiac diets.