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wine tasting near Bordeaux or Cahors

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It seems as though stopping to taste wine at the wineries themselves isn't a casual option in France like it is in Napa or Sonoma Valley. What can you suggest as a way to taste a variety of local wines?

Not counting the bottles we drink in the gite.

(I'm wondering if southwestern France has the sort of regional tasting rooms I found in the Vaucluse. The one at Gigondas was particularly nice -- very welcoming, helpful, and
reasonably priced.)

My family members are interested in St Emilion or Cahors in particular.

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