Aix-en-Provence wine tours are just one way to enjoy the amazingly fruitful wine region in and around this portion of southern France. There are also wine tours from Marseille to Cassis, the Luberon, and a variety of other destinations where the soil is especially fertile and consistently produces beautiful vintages. You can also take classes at wine tasting schools in Aix-en-Provence where you will not only learn about wine, but also other delicacies indigenous to the region, including olive oil and a variety of meats and cheeses. Provence wine tours give people the opportunity to try the very best of what is produced in the region. The Provencal white and rose wines are especially well known for their richness and distinctiveness of flavor and body and you can experience it all on one of the many wine tours and excursions that take place throughout the region.
Aix-en-Provence wine tours are a great example of how you can really benefit from having a guide along for the trip. There are very professional tour guide groups that speak English and French and have amazing local knowledge of everything from where to located the best wineries and vineyards, to which are the most scenic routes to take to arrive at them. You can plan on experiencing an all around pleasant time on any Provence wine tours, especially if you are interested in learning more about the wines that are grown in the region. La Cave d’Yves and Le Comptoir Des Vins are two of the wine schools that offer Aix-en-Provence wine tours as well as instruction on how to make the wine. Of course, these lessons come complete with lots of wine tasting, so if you are taking any wine tours from Marseille to Aix-en-Provence, you may want to arrange for an overnight accommodation north of the city. You can also visit absinthe makers, olive growers, and other such artisans in Aix-en-Provence.
Whether you are taking Aix-en-Provence wine tours or tours of Cassis, the Luberon, or Marseille itself, you will be better off with a guide because they provide a more comprehensive and enjoyable experience. There are Provence wine tours, for example, that include a stop off for a charming lunch at one of the local cafes nearby the winery or vineyard that you are heading to. These places are often the very best locations to find an authentic meal and glass of wine as well as the most difficult places to locate on a map. This is where your knowledgeable tour guide comes in. Most wine tours from Marseille, whether independent tours or cruse ship excursions include lunch, transportation, and of course, background information on the wineries themselves. Although this wine growing region is not as productive as the Burgundy region, it is nonetheless a very fruitful area that renders amazing wine, fruit, vegetables, and other delicacies every year. For wine lovers and those looking to increase their wine knowledge, tours of the local wineries and vineyards can provide invaluable as well as fun experiences that will literally and figuratively leave a pleasant taste in your mouth.