Best wine tours in Lyon
Explore southern Beaujolais and enjoy an introduction to wine tasting in the heart of the vineyards. Visit a 12th century village and a family-owned winery. Departing from Lyon, travel in a... See More
Discover the northern region of Beaujolais, just a few kilometres from Lyon, famous for its vintages. Wind your way around the hills with your driver-guide and wine lover, who will introduc... See More
Discover the gastronomic delights of the Rhône Valley, visiting a winery and tasting delicious goat’s cheese at a local working farm. Lovers of food and wine pairings cannot miss the Rigott... See More
Join this afternoon tour from Lyon to discover great, authentic and local products of the Beaujolais region.Do you know that there are as many cheeses in France as days in a year? 365 cheese... See More
Discover two wineries and the little gem of the AOC Coteaux du Lyonnais, while enjoying wine tastings of voluptuous red wines. Only 20 minutes away from Lyon downtown, a not so well-known l... See More
Discover the legendary Hermitage and Côte Rotie hills and taste exceptional fine wines at two local wineries. In the morning you will be heading south to the prestigious Côte-Rôtie vineyard... See More
Why Visit Lyon?
Not only is Lyon the capital of the Rhône département in France and a UNESCO World Heritage site, but it is also considered the gastronomic capital of the world. Lyon boasts a range of top Michelin starred restaurants, phenomenal bistros and smaller restaurants with eye-popping menus and fantastic traditional cuisine. It’s here in Lyon where you can find high-quality and local foods at affordable prices.
On top of Lyon pleasing all tastes when it comes to food, it’s also an excellent city when it comes to the best local wines. Wine holidays to Lyon are multifaceted. With it being fortunate enough to be situated between the vineyards of Beaujolais and Burgundy, as well as Côtes du Rhône in the south, Lyon is able to offer a world of outstanding food and wine tours hitting all the best places.
This profound city allows visitors to go on both a gastronomic and historical journey, exploring magnificent architectural landmarks a tasting delicious foods and wines along the way. Visitors arriving in the wintertime, on the 8 December will also get to see the famous lights festival “Fete des Lumières” which lasts for four magical days. This city is a must for any travel agenda, from city escapes to vineyards holidays due to its close proximity and easy access to many nearby destinations and attractions.