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Trip Report Bergerac wine tour

We have just returned from a trip to France and Barcelona, I got lots of helpful advice from Fordors when I was planning so I wanted to share with you about Bergerac Wine Tours. We had a wonderful day out with Alex, Christelle and Jessica, who run the tours. It is low keyed and a lot of fun, catering to small groups and large. We are a family of ten, children from young adults to 3 yrs old. They collected us, then we went to Humphrey's vineyard, afterwards we had a lovely lunch in a beautiful spot overlooking the local town. We went on to the Co-op and since we had young children with us they arranged for a tour of goat cheese farm and factory that was enjoyed by adults and children alike (they change the tour to suit the group) at the end of they day they drove us back to our villa. I would recommend this highly if you are in the Bergerac region. I was not sure how the kids would enjoy a wine tour, but it was informal and fun for them as well.

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