There’s something for everyone on the Bergerac and Duras Wine Route thanks to its 130 members and their special experiences, including seven that you can't afford to miss.
Curious to learn more about wine? Family-run estates open their doors to allow visitors to explore their terroir and share their expertise. One such property being Château Molhière!
History enthusiasts will want to stop off at Château Terre-Vieille to discover its collection of carved flint amidst the vines. Nature lovers will love the botanical walks on offer every Wednesday in summer by following the organic trail at Domaine Berticot in the heart of the wine region.
Also in summertime, lovers of the finer things in life won’t want to miss the “tapas, wine and music” evenings at Domaine de Ferrant and the night time food markets at Château de Panisseau. Art buffs will want to head to Château de la Jaubertie for its exhibitions and performances centred around the sensory partnership between art and wine.
The summer holidays are also a great chance to introduce children to the world of the vine. The perfect opportunity being the connected treasure hunt at Domaine du Siorac or a walk along the biodiversity trail at Domaine de Perreau, ideal for all the family!
Vines, tastings, shared experiences, and a breath of fresh air… One thing’s for sure, the Bergerac & Duras Wine Route has everything you need for a memorable trip.